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Pyrography (Woodburning) with Doug Cox

Pyrography with Doug Cox - One day class

Date and Time

Saturday, Feb 15, 2020
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Cost: $55.00
including all materials, tool use and taxes

Location

The Razertip Classroom
301-9th Street North
Martensville, SK S0K 2T0


Class Description

This one-day class is ideal for anyone interested in learning about woodburning or improving their woodburning skills. All necessary tools and supplies are provided. In the morning you will work on a basic project of your choice (there are many to choose from) to familiarize you with using a woodburning tool. In the afternoon each participant will work on the colour 'fireman' project pictured above. Doug will guide you through the process of completing each project. This is an interesting and fun workshop where each participant should take home two finished pieces.

There will be a 45-minute break for lunch - participants can bring a bag lunch or there are several fast-food options in Martensville (A&W, McDonalds, Subway, Tim Horton's, DQ, Taco Time, etc.) if you prefer. Coffee and tea will be provided, but please bring your own mug.


About the Instructor: Doug Cox

Doug Cox of Warman, SK is a self-taught pyrography artist who first began using pyrography in 2001 to decorate the custom canoe paddles he builds. He continues to make and decorate his paddles and also works on pyrography art by itself. He has worked on commission pieces for customers across Canada and the US, both for large corporate functions and individual personalized pieces. Doug has been an active member of the Saskatchewan Woodworkers' Guild for 10 years and has taught a pyrography art class for Guild members each year since joining.

Examples of his pyrography can be viewed at: wood burned art

 

The Razertip classroom is proud to be outfitted with tools from the following companies:


Razaire 530 Dust Collectors


Foredom Flex Shaft Tools


Argofile Micromotors


Saburrtooth Carbide Rotary Tools