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Ella Srholez, Reporter

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When people think of ‘art’, they wouldn’t normally consider… chainsaws. To many, it’s an unconventional and daunting art form, a striking contrast to a paintbrush on canvas. The process of creation of a piece is captured through a series of photos, start to finish with Joe Srholez, professional chainsaw sculptor.

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Every carving begins out of a piece of wood, just like this one. This particular log is from a lodgepole pine tree. Much of the wood that Srholez works with is beetle kill much like this piece here. He says that all you have to do is just erase and unlock what’s already there. He is using his smallest saw to create this piece, called a ‘dime saw.’

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