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
Hi and thanks for taking a few minutes to learn a little bit about me. I am an Alaskan-born chainsaw artist, and I create one-of-a-kind sculptures.
In 2001, I looked at all the beetle killed spruce around my property in Clam Gulch, AK, and wondered what I would do with all of that wood. Surely, there was something special that could be done with it. So, I picked up a chainsaw and the rest, as they say, is history.
With patience and careful attention to detail, I create a wide variety of stylistic pieces ranging in size from one foot to fourteen feet. My wife Jennifer and I have been blessed to grow our business from a few carvings sold along the side of the road at our cabin in Clam Gulch, AK, to a thriving business in both Alaska and Washington state. We now have several distinctive lines...our smaller, stock items; our custom carved pieces; and our newest line--Sculptured Living. We are always delighted to meet our clients and customers and are thrilled to say that many of our pieces have found homes all over the world.
I have since re-located to Port Angeles, WA, but will still spend a few months in Alaska each summer carving and developing my property along the Sterling Hwy. on the Kenai Peninsula.
If you are in Alaska, stop in to see me at:
30147 Sterling Hwy. Mile 78.3.
If you are interested in commissioning a unique, one-of-a-kind chainsaw carved sculpture, I can be reached at 360-477-5888.
Also see my contact page.
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.