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Pyrography Links

Note that the E-Museum of Pyrographic Art now resides at http://pyromuse.org/. 

Susan Millis: Pursuing a Unique Degree, article about English pyrographic artist and conservator, Susan Millis by Kathleen M. Garvey Menendez in Pyrograffiti Newsletter No. 38 in Woodcarver Online Magazine Vol 10 Issue 4.

Pyrography Introduction by Douglas Schneible 

A Brief History of Pyrography by Patrick Faleur

A Master of Pyrography by Selahattin Olceroglu

Antique Pyrography by pryographer Kathleen Menendez in WWWoodcarver E-zine Volume 2 Issue1

Pyrografitti by Kathleen Menendez in WWWoodcarver Online Magazine Volume 6, Issue 4, July/Aug 2002 with discovery of The Witches of Macbeth by Ball Hughes

For more information on The Three Witches of Macbeth and pictures, see Antique Hall of The E-Museum of Pyrographic Art Ball Hughes Salon No. 3

Pyrography with images of Ball Hughes works at WWWoodcarver Online Magazine Volume 5 Issue 4

Antique Hall of the E-Museum of Pyrographic Art with list of Ball Hughes works.

Antique Hall of the E-Museum of Pyrographic Art Salon of J. William Fosdick with 1891 article Burnt Wood In Decoration  

Antique Hall of the E-Museum of Pyrographic Art Salon of J. William Fosdick and His 1894 Article Burnt-Wood Decoration from The Art Interchange July-Aug 1894, pp. 14-16

1896 article Burnt Wood in Decoration: With Modern and Ancient Examples by J. William Fosdick from Century Magazine Vol 52, Issue 4, Aug 1896, pp. 495-500 at Antique Hall of the E-Museum of Pyrographic Art Antique Hall of the E-Museum of Pyrographic Art (This is a different article than Burnt Wood In Decoration and "Burnt-Wood Decoration" listed above)

Also available at: Cornell University Library's Making of America

The Fire Etcher and His Art by J. William Fosdick 1896 (top section) Ladies Home Journal September 1896, p.1 of 2 at Antique Hall of E-Museum of Pyrographic Art (click on image in browser to enlarge)

The Fire Etcher and His Art by J. William Fosdick 1896 (bottom section) Ladies Home Journal September 1896, p.2 of 2 at Antique Hall of E-Museum of Pyrographic Art (click on image in browser to enlarge)

The Fire Etcher's Work account of Ball Hughes at a country fair in England in 1822

Etching With Fire by Franklin Smith from American Magazine: Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly, Vol. XXXIV.--July to December, 1892. pp. 113-125. A more complete account of Ball Hughes at a country fair in England in 1822 and more about the influence of Ball Hughes on the career of J. William Fosdick. 

 

last update 11/5/2010

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