Pyrography 101, beginner level. Cost of class, $130.00, at least $65.00 is due now to hold your position in the class.
Instructor: Michele Parsons.
Date of class: October 20-21 at Carmel Presbyterian Church, 2048 Carmel Road, Charlotte, NC 28226, in the Cathcart Center.
Class times, 8am to 5pm each day. The class includes choice of wood format and subject to create. Lunch is on your on.
Michele will teach an introduction to pyrography history, types of material that is safe to burn, type of tools and equipment one would want to have, as well as all the types of pen tips one could possibly imagine to use to create beautifully works of pyrography. She will instruct on techniques and guide you in there use. Day one, the first half will be about pyrography, practice of the tools, equipment and basic techniques and choosing your subject and it's layout. The second half will be working on your project as Michele guides you in your work. Day two, continue to work on project, with advance instruction to help you along. She will instruct best how to finish your project.
Michele works with variable control burn units, not sordering style irons. She has loaner units but on a first come serve bases. She also sells units and pen tips as well as other various pyrography supplies.
Those of you who are return students and wish to do your on subjects, please contact Michele and speak with her on your choise.
Michelle's contact is, parsons@PyrographyStore.com
From her website
Michele Parsons, the founder of Parsons Wood Artistry, has been immersed in art and nature her entire life. She spent her childhood drawing and wandering in the woods, exploring nature. Finding a way to combine these interests resulted in her gravitating toward creating art in wood -- woodcarving and pyrography. Both of these art forms give Michele a connection to trees, both in the peaceful sound of carving wood and the primal smell of burning wood.
Gifted with an ability to teach others, Michele has spent years teaching workshop-based pyrography classes and writing for Pyrography Magazine. She receives personal satisfaction when students learn pyrography and are excited about their newly found interest. To help students, especially in remote areas, Michele started selling pyrography equipment and accessories at discounted pricing. The result is Parsons Wood Artistry creating The Pyrography Store.™