Pyrography is the art of creating designs on gourds, leather, paper and various wood surfaces. Also known as poker art and woodburning, these works are usually created by use of an electrical powered handheld device. The tip or nib is heated by the electrical current and used to burn the design into the surface of the wood.

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The Art of Julie Bender
A selection of works presented by the artist. Includes examples of pets, portraits, and wildlife created on wood.
Dino Muradian Pyrography
Gallery of works created by the artist. Includes examples of unique art created on musical instruments.
E- Museum of Pyrographic Art
Provides information on all aspects of the subject, including the history and development of the art. Examples of vintage works and tools are presented from around the world.
Heirloom Portraits
Gallery of pyrographic works created by the artist Roger W. Bishop. Includes various examples of celebrities and historic persons.
Pyrography
Provides a sample of works submitted by artists from around the world. Includes a brief history on the subject as well as equipment and techniques used. Requires[Java2 Platform].
Pyrography with Lynda Gibbs Eaves
Gallery of works created and presented by the artist.[1953-2006]
The Woodburner
Provides an open forum for discussions dealing with instruction, techniques, and materials used in pyrography. Experience levels from novice to professional artists.

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