Lovely11Pyrography is taking a short break
Mary on Mar 24, 20224 out of 5 stars
A collector handbag but fun to wear as it gets noticed. Iike it. Mary
Kelli on Nov 26, 20215 out of 5 stars
I haven’t really gotten a chance to open it up and look at it because it’s a Christmas present for my boyfriend but I did get a glance and it looks perfect
leadreindeer on Jun 13, 20215 out of 5 stars
Beautiful! A truly unique piece of art!
Christine on Dec 12, 20205 out of 5 stars
I am in love with this ornament that I got to put in my daughter’s stocking. It truly is unique and beautiful. So happy to have found you on Etsy!
Nicole on Sep 28, 20205 out of 5 stars
This has been one of the best personalized gifts I’ve come across & to give. Details are carved nicely. Shipping was fast and seller communicated fast & super friendly. Glad to have made a purchase here.
rickandporter on Sep 24, 20205 out of 5 stars
This most extraordinary piece of art arrived earlier than expected, and as promised. Tara Lynn is not only a remarkable artist, She is professional and considerate and I look forward to doing business with her again. Thank you Tara Lynn, I can’t wait to present this beautiful gift to my husband. Porter Hansen
Jessalynn on Sep 13, 20205 out of 5 stars
O.M.G. The picture does this art no justice. Truly. From the scent to the jaw dropping aesthetics. My boyfriend said it was the coolest gift he’d ever received. Thank you so, so much!
Derian on May 9, 20205 out of 5 stars
This is so amazing!!! and beautiful!!! Thank you so much for getting it to me on time. Will definitely recommend to anyone and will definitely shop again. Thank you!!
Scott on Mar 2, 20205 out of 5 stars
Great communications and fast shipping. Thanks!
Martin on Feb 28, 20205 out of 5 stars
Impeccable work of art of my favorite guitar. I bought one for myself and came back to buy one for my sister. Thank you very much.
A love of music and nature inspires creativity
I grew up in a very small town. Like one stop light small. Like no McDonald's small. Back then our video store was the gas station. In high school, it was our hang out. My parents refused to spend money on cable tv. That, and I don't even think it was available to our country road until around 1989. They finally got it in about '06. We weren't allowed to own an Atari or Nintendo. We ran around the woods on our two acres of land instead. It was back in the days when your mom could kick you out of the house because she was going to clean it all day. And you and your brother and a few neighbor kids would kick around in the crick and find rusty cars and old glass bottles in the woods. Maybe save a toad from a snake. Make grasshoppers and bumble bees get in fights in jars. Run from coyotes. Pick raspberries by the side of the road and make a home made pie.
That's what we did in the summer. But the winters were long and frigid. It's funny to me when people say, "oh I'm from the Midwest. I know how cold it is." But Milwaukee and Detroit and Chicago can't hold a candle to the kind of winter I knew. Did school get cancelled because it's so cold that the busses and cars won't start? Has your camera ever froze mid shutter trying to take a picture of the bank clock that displayed a negative 25 below zero? This was the kind of cold I knew.
And so what was there to do? I drew. For hours. (And I liked to start fires with a magnifying glass, and a ray of perfectly placed sunshine. But that's a different story. However, I think that's why I'm so into pyrography now.) Anyways, my Mom said she would set me down with a pad of paper and markers and I was good for the day - drawing pages and pages of my own designer dresses and shoes. Princesses, purses, ducks, teddy bears, you know- the regular. Then there was the countless 'bus stop' series, as I was fascinated by the city and the diversity that it could hold.
I come from a creative family. My English grandma taught me to play piano. I read music, made up songs. In junior high I started playing cello. It is no surprise that music plays a big part in a lot of my work. My other grandma was full blooded Japanese, making my mom half and me a quarter. I was raised with Japanese art in our homes. I always loved the simplicity, the pattern, the movement, the effortless beauty. That grandma was a seamstress and made my wedding dress. My dad plays the piano as well, and my mom taught me how to draw and do crafts. My uncle paints and makes sculptures out of wood. My aunt is our family's Martha Stewart. My cousin is a photographer. My other cousins play guitar, violin, brass instruments, wind instruments—music is a love in my family. Creativity was always encouraged. It is in my blood.
When I was in high school, I I fell in love with Impressionism and Surrealism. I loved Degas, Van Gogh, Dali....As I grew oIder, I discovered so many more wonderful modern artists that continue to inspire me.
All of these influences culminate in my work. I am inspired by so many things -
people, beauty, nature, dreams, poetry, music, life.. . .
I liked art so much that I went to college and received a Bachelor's of Fine Art degree with a concentration in Drawing and Painting. Drawing and painting are still all I ever want to do, but now I've added the pyrographic element, which is what you see here. I hope you enjoy the work and the pieces that I will be adding on a regular basis as much as I enjoy making them!
Tara Lynn Weeks
I grew up in a small town surrounded by forest, lakes, and waterfalls. We didn't have cable tv, so we read, created, made art, explored, and played instruments to pass time. It is no wonder that music and nature play a big part in my imagination.
A print shop
Print on demand merchandise for my original pieces of pyrography art.
Customs and import taxes
Returns & exchanges
I gladly accept returns and exchanges
I don't accept cancellations
The following items can't be returned or exchanged
- Custom or personalized orders
I accept returns I do not accept returns
I accept exchanges I do not accept exchanges
I accept cancellations I do not accept cancellations
Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
Frequently asked questions
Package never arrived?
Items marked as delivered will not be refunded and exchanged. You must fill out a police report and file with the USPS.