tEQtantrum

Teq Tantrum

Winston-Salem, North Carolina · 37 Sales

tEQtantrum

Teq Tantrum

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 37 Sales On Etsy since 2011

5 out of 5 stars
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Penny B

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Announcement   Curious and Curiouser || Pyrography & Fiber Art by Penny B
Wooden canvas, brushes of flame and a menagerie of color hoan this Eclectic Wonderland of decor for the home and body.

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Last updated on Apr 3, 2016

Curious and Curiouser || Pyrography & Fiber Art by Penny B
Wooden canvas, brushes of flame and a menagerie of color hoan this Eclectic Wonderland of decor for the home and body.

Penny B

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Penny B

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5 out of 5 stars
(22)
charlotte segura

charlotte segura on Jun 23, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

Love love love this necklace. I have gotten many compliments on it as well 😊❤️

jglapin

jglapin on Oct 16, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Working with Penny on my custom order was a pleasure. Easy to work with and offered creative suggestions. Unfortunately a lot of the detail doesn't show in the photo. Much lovelier in person. Responsiveness and turn around time was excellent. Not only was the art work well done, but the packaging was pretty cool too!! Thank you Penny

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Price drop on everything in the shop!
In efforts to reduce inventory and make room for things to come, all prices have been reduced!
If you find something that speaks to you, feel free to make an offer and I will be happy to consider them.
~ Penny B
This weekend only, enjoy 30% off of "Panchromatic Existence"
Pyrography & Mixed Media art piece featuring geometric patterning and the flower of life. Carved, pyrographed, tirched, painted, stained and sealed by hand.
Ends Sunday 4-3-16
<3 Penny B.

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Curious and Curiouser!

Drawing has always been a peaceful and cathartic process for me. Pyrography is an earthy progression of my drawings. It lends the patterns a permanence while still being meditative for me. I get drawn in to the texture, the smell, and the way the depth interacts with the light on the surface of the wood.

My work usually is sourced from fallen trees, leftover wood cuttings, items crafted by other artisans, or I make use of old items, things that have had a history but perhaps are lost in their old form. Sometimes it's as if certain pieces just call to be recycled, repurposed, renewed. Those are the ones I burn the fuck out of.

My work reflects the wonderful bits of the the world: the weird, the different, and at times the guiding forces of my own life. It is a way for me to test myself, to train my hand for patience, to work in a multitude of processes to find what works for each piece. The outcome is something that hopefully speaks to someone else, challenges them to find relevance in the peripheral, to enjoy what might have been escaping their view, and maybe even to make a connection with someone else on what truly matters.

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    Owner, Artist

    For me, it's extremely important that I use materials that reflect the times and, are in full support of other artists and our mother Earth. Every dollar we spend has a huge impact on our lives...it's how we cast our votes for our future.

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