Monday, July 25, 2011

Some Muskoka Style Log Carving....this place was amazing!!!

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We just got home from another amazing weekend up at the cottage...but this time we stopped at this amazing Chainsaw Wood Carving Studio that highlights the work of 12 Muskoka based was so much fun to walk around and see all this cool art...all created with a chainsaw!!!! I tried this once at my Dad's place with a huge chainsaw...and the piece is out in one of my gardens...but my next wish list item is a small easy to handle chainsaw....and then I will be having some fun with wood stumps!!! lol...

So here is a little glimpse of the amazing work.....

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Wishing you all a wonderful and creative day!!!!


marianne said...

Wow awesome! A bear like that would be nice in your garden...............

Crystal said...

Wow! amazing carvings! :-)

Terri Kahrs said...

I covet the moose and the little bear!!! What a terrific picture of Cole too. Looks like a fun time was had by all!!! Hugs, Terri xoxo

Draffin Bears said...

Hi Diana,

How wonderful ~ I love all the Art especially the sweet little bear.
The photo of Cole alongside the carvings is lovely.
A lot of inspiration for when you get your smaller chainsaw.

Happy week

martinealison said...

La plus belle des sculpture est celle de ton petit garçon... Il a vraiment une belle frimousse... Bravo aux parents!
Les sculptures de bois sont titanesques. Je suis fascinée par un tel travail.
Merci pour cette charmante publication. Et un gros bisou à toi mon amie.

Anonymous said...

these are fantastic! my husband is a tree surgeon and has just recently started woodturning small carvings and stuff-maybe soon he'll be able to move on to stuff this big (we may need a bigger yard!) your little boy is just adorable, btw!

Lisa M Griffin said...

Cole is getting so big! What a cutie. Thanks for sharing these photos.

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