KatzArtworks

Lichtenberg burned art pieces and other oddities.

Overland Park, Kansas
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Announcement    Welcome to KatzArtworks! Take a look at some of the cool stuff we’ve been making. We use a Lichtenberg machine that shoots 7500 volts of electricity into wood to create trays, coasters, drumsticks, incense burners, candle holders and many other products that are one of a kind. We also upcycle end-of-life Apple computer parts made into art pieces as well. Our inventory is constantly changing so please check back often.

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Last updated on Nov 1, 2022

Welcome to KatzArtworks! Take a look at some of the cool stuff we’ve been making. We use a Lichtenberg machine that shoots 7500 volts of electricity into wood to create trays, coasters, drumsticks, incense burners, candle holders and many other products that are one of a kind. We also upcycle end-of-life Apple computer parts made into art pieces as well. Our inventory is constantly changing so please check back often.

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Video summary: Lichtenburg fractal woodburning is an amazing unique effect that produces truly one of a kind pieces.

Beautiful, one of a kind art pieces created using a Lichtenburg machine that shoots 7500 volts of electricity through the piece.

Trays, drumsticks, candle holders, incense burners and many other items created using a special (and dangerous) technique where 7500 volts of electricity is applied. This creates beautifully distinct and unique patterns through the wood. Color can be added to the channels that the electricity creates. Old end-of-life computer parts are also used to create interesting art pieces.

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  • Gary Katz

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    Gary Katz is an original Apple nerd, percussionist and artist from Kansas City.

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