Carved wooden sculptures by Stanley Rill

| August 13, 2011

  These carvings are done by Stanley Rill from Port Townsend, Washington, United States. Stanley Rill is a self-taught professional woodcarver. He draws his inspiration from a love of nature , and it shows in each piece he creates. For Stanley Rill an essential and rewarding part of creating commission work is the interaction that […]

Chainsaw sculptures by Brian Ruth

| May 11, 2011

These chainsaw sculptures are carved by Brian Ruth from Poconos, Pennsylvania, United States. Brian Ruth was born in 1958. He started chainsaw carving in 1979. Brian Ruth got a business degree from Villanova University and while in college he worked as a tree surgeon. In 1992 Brian Ruth and Steve Blanchard founded the first booking […]

Carvings by Brian McEneny

| October 16, 2010

These sculptures and wall hangings are carved by Brian McEneny from Seal Rock, Oregon, USA. Brian McEneny grew up in Southwest Washington. In the early 70s, he moved to the Oregon coast. There, he met and worked with a couple of carvers who were just starting to use chainsaws to carve wood. By the late […]

Chainsaw carvings from United Kingdom

| June 2, 2010

These sculptures are carved with chainsaw and hand tools by Simon O’Rourke from Rosset, Wrexham, North Wales, UK. Simon O’Rourke has a degree with honors in Illustration; specializing in children’s books. Before starting his own business in 2005, he worked as tree surgeon for Acorn ArborCare. Simon O’Rourke have participated in lots of carving events […]

Chainsaw carvings from Canada

| April 26, 2010

These 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 […]