Today, carved two stumps by Lake Huron in the park. Pierced carving allows the back lit stumps to show off the light from Lake Huron. The rabbit is in a stump with a large rotten core. That’s why he’s fat to avoid the rotten core.
The large carving project for Saugeen Shores has now begun. The task is 20 carvings at 18 locations across the North Shore Park, Port Elgin. Stump #1 is by the kids splash pad, thus I want a ‘wet theme’ with a frog, a duck and eventually some cattails. This picture is just the start. Thrilled… Continue reading The Beginning of Carving 20 Stumps
These four bearded guys are pondering about … many things. Carved from my cedar cutoffs from larger carvings. Great accent pieces in your outdoor decor or inside the cottage/house where much thinking occurs.
A devastating semi tornada severely damaged many trees in the Port Elgin harbour park To start the beautification of this highly popular area, many plans are underway by Saugeen Shores. One of these plans is the carving of some of the remaining cedar stumps. Numerous stumps have been identified across the park that I will… Continue reading Port Elgin Harbour Carving Project – the beginning
This woodpecker carving didn’t fair well in the outdoors, so he came back to the shop for some TLC. Bit of a process, but ready to head out for the the summer of 2022.
It’s winter, gotta carve snow. After the last melt and snow dump, carved a big ‘little dog’.
It’s winter, gotta carve snow. Snow pile worked well for Jabba the Snow Hutt.
A customer requested this flat headed sailor outdoor table to allow guests to have a resting place for those cold frothy brews on a summer evening. Excellent idea. Makes me thirsty!
Even chainsaw carvers have to dabble in other art forms. This month of October, for the Saugeen Shores Scarecrow event that will raise funds for our local food banks, I am providing my version of a scarecrow. This guy likes to move. See the video. It was fun trying my hand at bad welding and… Continue reading The WIND TROLLER!
This is a heavy duty (white ash) large carving of a rabbit. The rabbit proudly shows the way at the end of the driveway to the cottage. Located in Southampton.