Lichtenberg (Fractal) Wood Burning Art Dansha Farms Branded Art # 4592


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Art Work # 4592




Fractal Artwork # 4592 is made with Maple. The Lichtenberg (Fractal)
pattern was created using 15,000 Volts at .31ma. The Artwork  has a
wood sealer applied, sanded and colored epoxy installed in the burn.
Then sanded and three coats of polyurethane applied it has a mirror
finish. The piece measures 13 inches high and 6 inches
wide by 7/8 inch thick and
Weighs 1 Pound 8 ounces.
This Art would look
spectacular on a wall, on a stand or as an inlay in a piece of furniture. 


A forever gift of what Mother Natures High Voltage Energy  Looks Like and she is a great artist !!


figures are named after the German physicist Georg Christoph
Lichtenberg, who originally discovered and studied them. When they were
first discovered,


it was thought that their characteristic shapes
might help to reveal the nature of positive and negative electric
“fluids”. In 1777, Lichtenberg built a large electrophorus


generate high voltage static electricity through induction. After
discharging a high voltage point to the surface of an insulator, he
recorded the resulting radial patterns by sprinkling various powdered
materials onto the surface. By then pressing blank sheets of paper onto
these patterns, Lichtenberg was able to transfer and record these
images, thereby discovering the basic principle of modern xerography.[1]


discovery was also the forerunner of the modern day science of plasma
physics. Although Lichtenberg only studied two-dimensional (2D) figures,
modern high voltage


researchers study 2D and 3D figures (electrical trees) on, and within, insulating materials.


Lichtenberg figures are examples of natural phenomena which exhibit fractal properties.



Additional information

Weight 2.5 lbs
Dimensions 15 × 7 × 1 in
Country/Region of Manufacture

United States




Dansha Farms


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