Chainsaw carvings from Canada

Posted By on April 26, 2010

Glenn GreensidesThese chainsaw sculptures are carved by Glenn Greensides from Sayward, British Columbia, Canada.

Glen started in 1995 a massive project in Japan, to carve each year one of the Japanese Zodiac symbol.Each of the sculptures are five meters tall and made from logs exported from British Columbia.
These sculptures are displayed in the Listel Inashawiro Hotel’s Herb Garden.
Unfortunately, I found only one good quality images of these sculptures.

More of his spectacular work can be seen on his website:

www.greensidesart.com

dragon by Glenn Greensides

“Year of the Dragon” by Glenn Greensides

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9 Responses to “Chainsaw carvings from Canada”

  1. Amrit says:

    nice photos but i like that dragon one ……its breathtaking

  2. Hey this is a great article. I’m going to email this to my buddies. I stumbled on this while googling for some downloads, I’ll be sure to come back. thanks for sharing.

  3. Awesome! Breathtaking work.

  4. Mom says:

    These are spectacular in their artistry and detail.

    My favorite is “Entanglement.”

  5. but I thought you could tell me how to do that!! 😉

  6. Danny Burns says:

    I have learned so much looking at everyone’s pictures. Can I get my carvings on this site.
    http://www.burnsbears.com thanks again
    Dan

  7. susan wissinger says:

    Your carvings are amazing I have just returned to NB was in the smoky mountains where i purchased several pieces. I would like to have more I cant seem to find anyone in NB or NS who does this type of work can you help me and where are you located I dont mind the roadtrip to pick them up

  8. check out my website this should give you an appreciation of the calibre of my work and the variety of sculptures

  9. check out my website this should give you an appreciation of the calibre of my work and the variety of sculptures i have done over the years

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