The only limitation
is your imagination!
Our chainsaw carved animals are full of character which will put a smile on your face. They will all brighten up your
outdoor space or indoor space. As all our carvings are hand made, no two pieces are identical so you are guaranteed an
individual piece unique to you.
I have created many size bears. Just let me know what size you need. I have done so many bears, I can carve them in
my sleep. Although my first carving was a bird house, It was a picture of a chainsaw carved bear carved that got me
started this journey of chainsaw carving.
I have carved many animals over the years, eagles, dogs, wolves, rabbits, foxes, horse, deer, chickens, buildings. Click
on any picture to zoom in.
CARE & FEEDING OF YOUR SCULPTURE
IF YOU PLACE YOUR CARVING OUTSIDE:
The sun is the enemy! Keep your carving under some type of shade, covered porches are ideal for outside display. Your carving should
not come in direct contact with the ground. Use brinks, pavers, stones to place under the carving with a quality exterior deck finish.
Helmsman Spar or Cabot’s Timber oil, You will be the best judge to determine when to re-coat the carving. A couple signs is when the
carving no longer repels water or it starts to discolor and turns gray.
IF YOU KEEP YOUR CARVING INSIDE:
Keep the carving away from any heat sources, such as fireplaces, etc. Keep the carving elevated slightly with wood strips. The carvings
have moisture in them so they need to have airflow under them. Remember you have purchased a piece of wooden art – not clay, plastic,
or concrete. Similar to a log home your carving will dry over time and may develop drying checks or cracks. This is normal and can add
character to your carving!