Artwork and Pyrography
Pyrography is the art of illustrating using a hand-held heated wire nib, called a “pyro pen”, which burns on to the “canvas”. Darker shading is achieved by repeatedly moving the nib over the scorched areas to give the effect of a “sepia” photograph.
Pyrography may be done on wood, paper, leather, and other selected “canvasses” and takes hours of concentrated work to complete. Mostly using Tasmanian timbers and locally handmade papers where possible.
Art Work On Paper
"Falcon in Descent"
The original work is burned on to Tasmanian handmade paper. It is double-matted and framed in Tasmanian Blackwood.
No tool has been used other than the pyro-pen.
The inset pictures show the detail of the head and talons.
Limited edition reproductions of some of the paper originals are available, as well as a selection of greetings cards.
Some works are printed on handmade papers, and some on quality A3 cartridge paper.
For more information, prices, and/or details on these and other works - please contact us
The original is burned on to Tasmanian handmade paper. It is double-matted and framed in Huon Pine.
"Australian Powerful Owl"
Drawn on handmade paper. No colour used except to highlight the eyes.
The original is burned on to Tasmanian handmade paper. It is double-matted and framed in Tasmanian Oak.
Art Work on Timber
These works - Powerful Owl and Falcon in Descent - are drawn on natural Huon Pine plaques which enhances their rustic quality. The close-ups below each picture show the detail on the work.
A selection of quality giftware - each one individually hand-drawn and, therefore, unique. The pyrography is on Tasmanian Huon Pine timber. Colour, where added, is with quality pencil crayon and the artwork is appropriately sealed for protection. Items which are not coloured are finished with a superior grade oil which will protect the surface and the artwork, and is also food safe where applicable. Each features Tasmanian wildlife.