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Minisa Robinson is a stay-at-home mother of three who is also a pyrographic artist. In addition to homeschooling two kids and raising a toddler, she burns realistic images onto wood, often with amazing results.


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To create the detailed woodburnings Minisa uses a simple craft woodburning kit and burns slowly, with precision and control. “There’s no erasing with woodburning,” Minisa says, laughing. “You definitely need to take your time and slowly build up the shading. It’s easy to over-burn if you’re not careful.”

When she’s not homeschooling or woodburning Minisa is also creating instructional DVDs and offering advice to help other artists learn the art of pyrography. Minisa’s train woodburning was inspired by the incredible photography of Matthew Malkiewicz.

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Stay-At-Home Mom Spends 60 Hours Woodburning Image Of A Train

Minisa Robinson is a stay-at-home mother of three who is also a pyrographic artist. In addition to homeschooling two kids and raising a toddler, she burns realistic images onto wood, often with amazing results.


Show Full Text

To create the detailed woodburnings Minisa uses a simple craft woodburning kit and burns slowly, with precision and control. “There’s no erasing with woodburning,” Minisa says, laughing. “You definitely need to take your time and slowly build up the shading. It’s easy to over-burn if you’re not careful.”

When she’s not homeschooling or woodburning Minisa is also creating instructional DVDs and offering advice to help other artists learn the art of pyrography. Minisa’s train woodburning was inspired by the incredible photography of Matthew Malkiewicz.

More info: minisapyrography.com | Facebook