When it comes to art, the possibilities are endless.
As a matter of fact, I recently introduced you to a guy who makes his paintings using one of the most obscure art utensils of all time. This time, it's all about the beauty of Steven Spazuk's creations.
The Canada-based artist is known for his intricate paintings made of fire and soot, a technique called fumage.
In a YouTube video, Spazuk showcases his ability to create works of art using a variety of different tools including the traditional paintbrush, feathers, fire and even scalpels.
Just watching his process in slow motion is therapeutic.
So far, Steven Spazuk held over 15 solo exhibitions with his work.
Check out the video above for a closer look!