The Last Supper in Pyrography
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This glorious wood treasure of The Last Supper was hand made by Joyson, a Fransiscan Capuchin friar at The National Shrine in San Fransisco.
St. Francis of Assisi prays, "where there is sadness, Lord, let me bring Your joy."
Art is an inevitable part of human life and we find it in everywhere because art makes the world more beautiful. It makes human life happier.
I am Joyful Joyson, a Franciscan Capuchin friar 🤠. It's been my passion to do art-work and to be a part of the creative work of God. Thus, I believe that I can spread the joyfulness through each piece of art that I bring before you. The typical name of this art is pyrography-art. Pyrography or pyrogravure is the free handed art of decorating wood or other materials with burn marks resulting from the controlled application of a heated object such as a poker. I hope it will bring joy in your heart and a smile on your lips. I use the income that I get through Joyful Crafts for the studies of the students who are poor financially but rich academically.
Thank you for your support and God bless you.
Joyful Joyson, a Franciscan Capuchin friar at The St. Francis of Assisi National Shrine in San Francisco's North Beach.
Italian ceramics are heirloom quality products, and can last lifetime with proper care. We have some suggestions that will preserve your majolica for years to come.
Majolica is dishwasher safe, but many people choose to hand wash their pieces as a precaution. Because majolica is a porous material, some pieces are not meant to hold liquid for a long period of time. Check for warning labels before ordering a product, as the pieces that are most notorious for "sweating" are appropriately labeled.
Majolica is sensitive to extreme temperatures, specifically boiling or freezing liquids. Pouring water with a rolling boil directly into a teapot, for example, may lead to breakage. To avoid this, temper the object. The industry standard is 620 degrees Celsius (1,148 degrees Fahrenheit). Quench the glass to cool it.
Crazing is common in well used majolica. The tiny cracks in the glaze do not affect the functionality of your majolica.
Majolica hand-crafted products should not be microwaved, as it may crack and/or break the ceramics.
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