Elements Series: Fire
Lichtenburg burning, also known as fractal burning, uses high-voltage electrical current to produce patterns on wood resembling lighting flashes. Every burn pattern is unique. Once burned, I use a wire brush to remove the burned out pieces of wood and then fill it with colored epoxy. Though a popular form of woodworking, it comes with fatal repercussions if not done properly. In 2017, the American Association of Woodturners prohibited the use of this technique in response to the fatalities and incidents. I've been able to engineer a safer set-up that enables me to produce cutting boards, tables, and other products using this technique for you to enjoy without you having to take the risk.