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Pyrography or wood burning drawn on mango wood. 12" by 15" or 30cm by 38cm.The original piece of art on the mango wood, was sold at a gallery in New South Wales.Many thanks to Sue Walters who has been an inspiration for me, in Pyrography.
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Beautiful = so beautiful. Val
Thank you so much Val. I am so glad you like it.
This is gorgeous! I hope to see some of these in Gems Gone Unnoticed. :)
Thank you so much Lizzie. This is the first time I have uploaded my pyrography…so if it goes unnoticed, I’d be happy to enter it in the group. I didn’t think it would qualify yet. Robyn.
It’s art, it qualifies and it’s stunning!
WOW, ok Thank you.
Your work has been accepted in Gems Gone Unnoticed.
Thank you. :)
Congratulations! You have been featured in Gems Gone Unnoticed!
Oh WOW! Thank you so much.
Thanks Deborah :) This is my first banner! How cool is this? I am so glad this “Gem” was noticed. I am encouraged. Thank You Deborah and Lizzie.
CONGRATULATIONS on your wonderful feature, great WORK and well earned.
I am so glad you like it; thank you for your kind comments.
You’re very welcome, Aussiebushstick :)
Your wood burning work is fantastic Robyn – it has such depth a real 3 dimensionality to it. I’d love to see it in person as I imagine photos don’t quite do them the justice they deserve.
Thank you so much for your kind words Michelle. This one is my favourite, took hours to do. Robyn.
This is a truly outstanding capture of them,,,it is perfect!!!,,,Rick
Thank you so much Rick :) I appreciate your enthusiasm, it is very encouraging. Robyn.
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