Danny Shervin from Jackson Hole, Wyoming is lighting the art scene on fire. Literally.
He calls it Painting with Gunpowder, and basically designs pictures with gunpowder, and then lights it on fire. When the powder burns away you're left with a beautiful etched effect.
It's a process he stumbled upon while a student at the University of Montana. He "paints" primarily wildlife subjects, which he meticulously lays in powder before setting the scene ablaze. Check it out:
I'm curious as to what the paintings sounds like while it's burning. Does it Crackle? Does it Pop? (is it reminiscent to eating a bowl of Rice Krispies??)
Since I know all you pyros out there are having post-July4th withdrawal, here's another one.
You can see (and purchase) more of Shervin's work on his website, paintingwithgunpowder.com.