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The Dreamers Woods
102 Holly Hill Road
Port Angeles, WA 98363

The Dreamers Woods
30147 Sterling Highway
Sterling, AK 99672
*Mile 78.3 Sterling Hwy



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Owls Chain Saw Carving Sculpture

Owls Chain Saw Carving Sculpture

Cedar owl carvings are so pretty when left with a clear marine spar varnish on them.  The grain of the beautiful cedar wood is breathtaking in this lovely owl sculpture. 

Great Horned Owl Chainsaw Carving

One of Alaska's great wonders is its Great Horned owls.  In this artistic piece, Eric gives us a view of the mama owl watching over her baby owlets. 

Small Great Horned Owl Chainsaw Carving

Here is a smaller version of a chainsaw-carved Great Horned Owl.  Eric left it clear-coated in order to display the beautiful grain of the cedar.  The sculpture stands approximately three feet tall. 

Owl Tree Chainsaw Carving Sculpture

This six-foot Owl tree wood sculpture is created from Alaskan spruce and has a slight gray stain on the owls to separate them from the tree.  They really look neat in the garden, the porch, or in a corner of the house. 

Great Horned Owl Clear Coat Chainsaw Art

Great-horned owls are one of Alaska's majestic birds.  One doesn't often see them, but when they do come swooping in, it's a treat for the eyes.  This lovely cedar wood sculpture is approximately 21 inches and has a varnish as the protective coating in order to allow the beautiful grain of the cedar to shine.

Great Horned Owl Clear Coat Chainsaw Art

A side view of the previous Great-horned owl chainsaw carving.




Disclaimer

We produce hand-crafted Western Red Cedar and Alaskan Spruce carvings from The Dreamers Woods, LLC, Port Angeles, WA. Keep in mind that all carvings are individually finished and therefore may vary slightly from the posted picture.

Carvings are made from natural wood products and are stained with a natural oil-based deck stain. To freshen your artwork, simply apply a new coat of deck stain. Checks and cracks may occur and are a natural process of drying wood and should not be considered a flaw or defect of the carving, rather an enhancement to the character of the piece.