Monday, 7 October 2019

Totem Animal Pyrography Keepsakes

It's been a while since I posted pictures of my pyrography work. I create items of jewellery using primarily Hazel and Birch wood virtually eveyrday, and post pictures on Instagram, Facebook and Etsy. My 'Keepsakes' are generally small stand alone decorative pieces which a lot of folk buy as gifts or to stand on shrines and alters. Most of my Keepsakes feature Totem animals, and are made from small slices of hardwoods such as Apple, Pear, Holly and Box.
   Here are just a few recent examples. You can see more on my Instagram page : House of the Green Lady...
    The pieces shown here are all between  five and eight centimetres only...

1 comment:

  1. I've been enjoying your art over the years ;)

    Do you work with bone/antlers? I've noticed you do many lovely woods.
    I've inherited my grandfathers antlers and wondered at burning on them.
    thinking a the wet tile saw might cut them apart nicely,
    being as the archeologists have found antler chisels for oak
    they must be as tough as tile.