thetimburgess.typepad.com > D. CHAINSAW SCULPTURES (Event pieces)

'The Dragon Breeder'

'The Dragon Breeder'

This Wizard who breeds dragons was sculpted from a large log of oakat The 7th English Open International Chainsaw Carving Competition, 2011. He was auctioned and reached the third highest price of the Competition.


Large Stylised Tawny Owl

Large Stylised Tawny Owl

This large owl which was created with chainsaws during the Sandringham Cup Competition, 2011, has a poem on the front :
There was an old Owl,
Who live in an oak.
The more he saw, the less he spoke.
The less he spoke, the more he heard.
Maybe we could learn from that wise old bird.


Wizard and his Dragon

Wizard and his Dragon

This seven foot plus chainsaw sculpture, using nothing other than chainsaws, was created at the Wales Woodfest, 2010. It was purchased at auction for the highest price of all sculptures, and is now on display at the front entrance of Gypsy Wood Park, Bontnewydd, Caernarfon, Gwynedd, LL55 2TY.
The dragon has seen something and has drawn the Wizard's attention to it. The Wizard is peering at it. Is the Dragon friendly, or not? He certainly has big claws.


King Canute

King Canute

King Canute - about seven feet tall in oak


Vixen and two cubs

Vixen and two cubs

This Vixen and two cubs was sculpted with chainsaws quickly at an event in Canada, 2013


Fox family

Fox family

This Fox, Vixen and two kits were sculpted with chainsaws from a log of oak. The piece is about six feet tall overall.
THIS CHAINSAW SCULPTURE IS FOR SALE.


A turning Fox

A turning Fox

This larger than life-size fox was sculpted with chainsaws from an oak log at Woodfest Wales 2012.


Large Eagle

Large Eagle

This large eagle was sculpted with chainsaws from an oak log at Woodfest Wales 2012. It stands almost six feet tall.


Gamekeeper and his Labrador

Gamekeeper and his Labrador

This sculpture was created with chainsaws at the Kedleston Cup, 2011. The Gamekeeper carries a broken shotgun.


Wizard and two baby Dragons

Wizard and two baby Dragons

This seven foot plus Wizard is holding one baby Dragon and another is hiding in his cloak to the left. He is looking into the distance to spot the return of the parents.
This piece was sculpted with chainsaws from a large log of good quality oak. It was sold at auction at the end of Woodfest Wales, 2011, for a record Woodfest price.


Osprey

Osprey

This Osprey was sculpted with a chainsaw at a European Chainsaw Carving Copetition in September, 2010. The wood is Giant Redwood. It was purchased at auction by a person from the Lake District - who has the perfect situation for the Osprey to sit by a Tarn and look at people driving up the driveway.


'Simples'

'Simples'

This Meercat Bench - with 'Simples' carved into the front of thebench, was sculpted with a chainsaw at the 'Carve Carrbridge' competition in Scotland in September, 2010. It took a hard 4 hours!


The Flying Fairy, Elf, and Wizard

The Flying Fairy, Elf, and Wizard

This chainsaw sculpture was created from a log of brown oak at the English Open International Chainsaw Carving Competition, held at Tabley, Cheshire in August, 2010. The sculpture depicts a tree with a small door. The Wizard is knocking on the door while an elf sitting on a branch is about to drop an acorn on his head. Menwhiule the Fairy who live sin the tree is about to fly away!


Wizard and Dragon

Wizard and Dragon

This seven foot plus chainsaw sculpture, using nothing other than chainsaws, was created at the Wales Woodfest, 2010. It was purchased at auction for the highest price of all sculptures, and is now on display at the front entrance of Gypsy Wood Park, Bontnewydd, Caernarfon, Gwynedd, LL55 2TY.
The dragon has seen something and has drawn the Wizard's attention to it. The Wizard is peering at it. Is the Dragon friendly, or not? He certainly has big claws.


Large  Eagle - sitting on a chair

Large Eagle - sitting on a chair

This large eagle was sculpted with achainsaw ONLY from a large log of Sitka Spruce. Its overall height is six feet. It was created in six hours at the England V Germany competition, Broadlands, Hampshire, May, 2010.


Stylised Golden Eagle

Stylised Golden Eagle

This stylised Golden Eagle was sculpted with chainsaws ONLY - in just four hours at the Carve Carrbridge International Chainsaw Carving Competition, at Carrbridge, Scotland, in September, 2009. I was placed third out of 28 chainsaw sculptors. It was sold at auction and now sits on a hillsdie near a farm in the Highlands of Scotland.


Native American Indian - and cowboy

Native American Indian - and cowboy

This is a seven foot high chainsaw carving I completed at a chainsaw carving competition at Reedsport, USA. I carved a native American Indian (holding a tomohawk) creeping around a tree, and on the other side a cowboy (holding a gun) creeping up behind the Indian.


'Maestro'

'Maestro'

This chainsaw carving was created from a log of Oak at the Wales Woodfest 2009. The 'Maestro' is over 6' high and is about to play a violin.


'Old Man and his Fish Eagle'

'Old Man and his Fish Eagle'

This eight foot high chainsaw carving was created in two days from a large log of oak, at Seeburg-See, Germany where it won first place (the 'People's Choice' as voted by those attending) in a chainsaw carving event.
The event involved eleven chainsaw carvers from Germany and other countries including America.
It was sold at the auction at the end of the event and is now in the large garden of Marko and Annamaria in Werxhausen, Germany.


Axeman

Axeman

This 'Axeman' was chainsaw carved for a bit of fun at the APF, 2008, Forestry exhibition at Cannock Chase Staffordshire. The wood is Redwood.
The 'Axeman' was bought at auction by a person from Southern Ireland.