2018 Course Information: Wood Burning
Wood burning, or pyrography, is the art of burning a design or pattern into wood. In this class you will learn the basics of this ancient art form. Students will be guided through the process of preparing and transferring their designs, preparing and finishing the wood, and using the burner to create different styles of line and shading. All supplies will be provided. If you have wood burning tools or project please bring them so you can become familiar with your own tools.
09:00 am-04:00 pm
Arkansas Craft School
101 North Peabody Ave. Mountain View, AR 72560
Dorothy was born in Georgetown TX in 1941, two weeks after the bombing of Pearl Harbor. She grew up in Texas, California, and Missouri. She traveled for the next 20 years with her husband, Bobby, who was in the Army, before settling down into the beautiful Ozark Mountains. She started into crafts largely through books, books, and more books. She has studied widely, writing with the Long Ridge Writers Group from CT, art classes from ICS School of art, and study with art teacher Jo Rowell for many years, and woodcarving lessons with Master Carver Jack Ryan. She is a Master Crochet Volunteer and Master Sewing Volunteer with the AR EHC. For the past several years Dorothy has been teaching at the North Ark College. EDU-CE Teaching is the way she likes to share her knowledge, as well as continuing to learn from each experience.