E-Museum of Pyrographic Art

Portraits and Paintings Hall


to the David Kreider Salon

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Family of Men
by David Kreider, 1995

Cross-cultural group portrait of men and boys
Pyrography enhanced with color on wood panel, 30 x 22 inches

The Weaver
by David Kreider, 1997

Abstract tapestry in blues
Pyrographed calligraphy over pyrograph with color on wood panel, 18 x 30 inches

Light through the Grove
by David Kreider, 1997

Red sugar maples in the Shenandoah
Pyrograph with color on wood panel, 18 x 30 inches

Free Spirits in the Wind
by David Kreider, 1997

Wild horses against a sunset sky
Pyrograph with color on wood panel, 30 x 18 inches

Award-winning American pyrographic artist David Kreider of Harrisonburg, Virginia, makes his living selling his work at juried art shows and festivals. His work focuses primarily on portraiture, calligraphy, landscapes, and animals. He draws his inspiration from the Jewish, Greek, Arab, and Christian culture that was his childhood in Israel-Palestine and the natural beauty of the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia in the United States that he now calls home. For more information on this artist and many more examples of his compelling pyrographs, visit David's Woodburning Studio.

David Kreider made a television appearance at the beginning of 2001 on the Carol Duvall show where he demonstrated his techniques.

He was also featured in Pyrograffiti 14 in the November–December 2001 issue of the Woodcarvers Online Magazine, linked here.

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Pyrographic Art Exhibit Halls:

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Antique Pyrography

Children's Pyrographic Art

Special Pyrographic Art

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© 1998, 2001, 2009 Kathleen M. Garvey Menéndez.
Last updated 24 October 2009.