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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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Trees Chain Saw Carving Sculpture

Trees Chain Saw Carving Sculpture

The bobcat tree has been one of Eric's most popular depictions of the Alaskan spruce tree.  The curve that he created in the top of the tree has fascinated many fans and of course inspired many different versions of trees for happy clients. 

This tree with the bobcat is approximately 7 feet tall and has a special antiquing stain on it.  Many clients have had Eric carve them trees that were painted green or just left clear.  Each tree is a one-of-a-kind piece of chainsaw art.

Green Alaskan Spruce Tree Branch Chainsaw Carving

A green version of the Alaskan spruce tree bench.

Old Man Tree Chainsaw Carving

A depiction of an old man in the Alaskan wilderness.  Double green Alaskan spruce tree.

Alaskan Spruce Chainsaw Carving

This small chainsaw carved version of Alaska's spruce trees is approximately 1 foot tall. The top is painted green and the base has a brown stain.  This little guy looks great on the wall!

Clear Spruce Tree Chainsaw Carving

This is clear version of Eric's stylized Alaskan spruce tree.  It stands approximately 6 feet tall.

Bear Hugging Tree Chainsaw Sculpture

How would you like to come across this little guy as you are hiking through the woods?  This chainsaw created art work is definitely a piece of whimsy.  Notice the unique version of the tree?  Folks just love this guy and he looks good anywhere...the porch, the corner, the driveway, or the backyard.




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.