In this Sept. 7,  photo Mary “Kathy” Zehr woodburns a piece in front of visitors at the Reddick Mansion for the Omni Prize for the Arts festival in Ottawa, Ill. Zehr entered the piece sitting behind her into the competition which was made with a process involving smoke bombs and gunpowder.
In this Sept. 7, photo Mary “Kathy” Zehr woodburns a piece in front of visitors at the Reddick Mansion for the Omni Prize for the Arts festival in Ottawa, Ill. Zehr entered the piece sitting behind her into the competition which was made with a process involving smoke bombs and gunpowder. Tom Sistak Ottawa Times via AP
In this Sept. 7, photo Mary “Kathy” Zehr woodburns a piece in front of visitors at the Reddick Mansion for the Omni Prize for the Arts festival in Ottawa, Ill. Zehr entered the piece sitting behind her into the competition which was made with a process involving smoke bombs and gunpowder. Tom Sistak Ottawa Times via AP