Art, Photography and Commercial Art teacher Brian Chow
Woodshop, Engineering Technology and Electronics teacher Ted Shinta
Watch below to see students in action.
A student creates a pen by “turning” the wood: spinning the piece and cutting away at it in order to achieve the desired shape.
A student uses a woodburning pen to create an intricate design. This process is formally known as pyrography.
After finishing the initial woodburning, a student adds a few final touches to her piece with a woodburning pen.
A student marks blocks of wood to be glued together.
Videos by Fatima Ali and Devika Watave.
Art, Ceramics and 3D Design teacher Jodi Johnson
Co-reported with Devika Watave.