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Fire Art Beyond A Wood Burning Pen

Updated on February 8, 2016

Washed In Flame

Technique is the procedure used to produce a certain result with a given media. Here is an example of a certain technique used in the art of wood burning. I have to be honest and say that I do not know much about this inspiring pyrographic technique. What I do know is that it is absolutely awesome, and especially when one can observe the artist at work. The work is accomplished using a variety of small, gas torch tips.

One Accomplished Pyrographer

I know that this artist is extremely practiced in this craft as anyone can see by watching this video. His results are astounding. I only just discovered this artist recently while browsing around Facebook. What I have found is that he calls himself Stefano Bonfatti. It appears that he is from Italy. The website appears to be in Italian.

I wanted to share this video with everyone though my research is not in depth. The artist has demonstrated his technique, as you will see, in a high speed version to show how his work progresses. I would love to learn more information about the artist. I will have to get on the web and contact some of the folks I know to see if I can find out more. Please let me know, via email, if you have any information about Stefano Bonfatti.

Pyrography Using A Fire Flame Technique

For The Love Of The Craft

I have a passion for the art of pyrography. When I come across artists who are doing things above and beyond standard wood burning techniques It seems only right to share. These artists should be seen by as many people as I can find to share them with. I guess I am promoting pyrography in my own way.

This share might be a bit premature given the lack of knowledge I have about the artist and his work. What I do know is this artist is rocking! His ability to control the flame and wash the shading, tone and texture into the finished picture is amazing. If you enjoy wood burning, you will really enjoy this video and I believe this is a must watch video for anyone who loves art of all kinds.

Who Is Stefano Bonfatti ?

I want to know more about this artist. All I could find was this video shared on my Facebook page. From there I found his website. Something worth checking out is Stefano's galleria, just stunning!

I would ask anyone who reads this hub and has more information to please share in the comment section below. I am mesmerized by his ability. Please leave a comment or contact me with any details. I will be more than happy to write additional information here to share with everyone.

Finding Stefano Bonfatti

A markerItaly Via volta 17 23877-Paderno D'Adda-Lc -
Via Alessandro Volta, 17, 23877 Paderno d'Adda Lecco, Italy
get directions

Stefano Bonfatti works from a studio located in Italy with this address listed on his website.


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      RTalloni 6 years ago from the short journey

      Amazing. So thought provoking to see the fire bring up the light as he works. THanks you for sharing.

      (How about we pop over to Paderno d'Adda Lecco, Italy and watch him work in person?)

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      Schriftsteller 6 years ago

      very cool!

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      heart4theword 6 years ago from hub

      For some reason the video wasn't available when I viewed this hub? Sounds interesting though, will have to revisit later:)

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      tnderhrt23 6 years ago

      Stunning artistry and video! Thank you!