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An original signed oak feature art piece, created with traditional freehand pyrography techniques.
Finalist for The International Confederation of Art Critiques competition for emerging and established artists, and The Society of Wildlife Artists Annual Exhibition.
Two large fish have been precisely produced by burning thousands of dots by hand, resulting in a unique and challenging art piece, suited to the equally challenging oak medium.
Each fish scale comprises of approximately 30 dots, burned by hand, which when combined in the viewer's eye forms two swimming shimmering fish. Thus, this one-off art feature boasts an organic style, setting it aside from commercially accessible lazer wood art practices.
This solid oak board has been carefully selected for it’s beautiful grain, and waney edging, and has undergone intensive preparations to enable successful burning. Oak is a notoriously difficult medium for pyrography due to it’s density and unruly grain, making this piece a very unique edition for art collectors and those with an appreciation of natural materials.
This large feature art piece hangs from wire attached from two heavy duty D-ring clasps on the rear of the piece for flush wall mounting. The reclaimed oak is further stabilized with inset metal bridging to the rear.

Materials used:

English Oak

Big Fish (2016)


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This artwork is sold by Jes Hooper from United Kingdom

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