Minisa’s technical ability and experience enable her to create beautiful artwork.
As you can see below, her subject matter is varied, taking from nature’s abundance in flowers to the beauty in wildlife. She portrays people in their day to day lives, as well as displaying man’s industrial prowess by creating a magnificent train in full motion.
As well as working on images for burnings to hang like a traditional painting on a wall, Minisa works on a variety of blanks that are available in any craft shop. These may include various sized wooden boxes, carved wooden spoons, serviette rings, natural or shaped wooden plaques and many other objects.
Every artist will inevitably develop their own wood burning tips and tricks. With experience you will discover the tool tips and pens that they prefer to use. These preferences develop over time and with experience.
Thanks go to Minisa for kindly permitting her wood burning art to be displayed on this website.
This talented artist was brought up in the Colorado mountains and all its beauty and majesty. As she is the daughter of a professional fine artist, Minisa acquired a love and appreciation of art.
Minisa worked as a graphic artist and publisher for 12 years before she turned to pyrography full time. The many mediums she worked in during her career were oil paints, watercolors, acrylics, graphite, and inks. A full spectrum of mediums.
With a steady hand and a hot metal tool as her “brush” she burns fine and realistic images onto wood. Her artwork reflects her surroundings of the Rocky Mountains and the wildlife that is found in the wilderness.
If you would like to learn more about Minisa Robinson, please visit minisa pyrography.
Minisa is a master of her craft.
“Not all of us will achieve her realistic portrayals of her subjects – but we don’t have to!
Just sit down and enjoy the creativity and satisfaction that doing this craft brings.”
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