pyrography


Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Words related to pyrography

the act of producing drawings on wood or leather by using heated tools or a fine flame

References in periodicals archive ?
Louis' oldest independent insurance agency and the oldest independent insurance agency west of the Mississippi, will proudly commemorate its 125th anniversary with the unveiling of a large-scale, three-paneled pyrography and acrylic art piece created by St.
Attractions include pyrography, hair braiding and face painting.
The E3+ Programme encourages members of the local community to take part in fun and educational activities, from belly dancing, painting, jewellery making, ballroom and latin, pyrography and theatrical make-up.
Gourd artists use a wide range of techniques and media, including intricate carving and pyrography, in which designs are burned onto the surface.
He didn't enjoy that and decided to go on a pyrography course, learning how to decorate wood with heated tools.
His wife focused on still lifes and genre portraits, becoming particularly skilled at pyrography, the technique-which she had earlier used for a company ad-of burning images onto wood with a hot poker.
You may be inspired to coin your own poetic expression after seeing Clark's work in the gallery's current show, ``Paintings & Pyrography,'' which runs through Oct.
For the Gold award he completed skills and physical activities with Holmfirth Open Award Group including photography and pyrography (the art of decorating wood with burn marks) and playing a whole variety of sports with a large mixed ability group including handball, dance, indoor cricket, football, basketball and completed fitness circuits.
Hobbycrafts will be offering advice and the chance to take part in free Make & Take sessions, such as beadwork, jewellery making, stamping, card making, embossing, pyrography and papercraft.
Mubashir Iqbal in his pyrography on plywood captures landscapes which are first drawn on plywood and then with help of casting iron the landscapes are burnt on the plywood surface.
A couple of evenings I wrote out lovely little garden labels on little bits of driftwood with my new pyrography pen and Yogi and I have enjoyed the magic of a few moonlit walks.
The rescue centre is part-funded by Kim's other passion - pyrography or wood burning.
This includes carpentry, wood engraving and pyrography (wood burning) among others," said Mr Hijris.
PARENTS and children can play and learn together at a weekend of toy making and pyrography (the art of burning designs into woodwork).