The Handcrafted Art Pyrography-Wood Burnt Wall Plaque features a lovely picture is produced by burning every detail into a piece of birch veneer plywood. Then, the plaque is then hand-painted with watercolors to draw out all of the details of the beautiful scene and enhance the realism of the design. The picture may also be left in its natural burnt state providing a more rustic leek. An acrylic clear finish is added to bring out the natural grain of the wood and preserve the work of art for years to come.
The wall plaque that you choose will be a real original, as no other will be produced exactly like it. Crafted in Seattle, Washington, the Handcrafted Art Pyrography-Wood Burnt Wall Plaque is American made and sure to become a favorite piece in your art collection. In addition, the wall plaque makes a unique gift idea for men and women. You can give one as a Father’s Day gift, Mother’s Day gift, birthday gift, Christmas gift, housewarming gift or gift for any other occasion. With its natural wood coloration, the wall plaque will look at home in any space and complements any color palette.
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