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Danny Shervin has spent decades learning to “paint” with gunpowder, using slow-burning smokeless powders to burn an image onto a canvas. He uses a variety of brushes to move the granules into position, then ignites the finished design with a lighter to complete the project. Only after the flames have died down can the piece be stood upright, but once it has been, these portraits are the perfect addition to a sportsman’s lodge.