Bob King's Chainsaw Carving Workings. Chainsaw carving is a very dangerous craft, and yet, Bob King could make fascinating carvings through that method. He competes in many chainsaw sculpting competitions locally in Washington state, and overseas. See what else this professional carver can do at his site here.
Chainsaw Carving Workings
About Bob King
Since I was a kid I have been using a chainsaw to help my dad cut firewood to help heat our home. Later, I continued this for my own family. As time went on I found myself drawn to this thing called chainsaw carving by some of the local artists who displayed their bears and stuff at the local fairgrounds. A friend of mine whom I worked with offered to give me a cedar log to try this new thing out on.
I accepted the offer and there it s...
Rob Heard's Bough Houses Workings. Rob Heard has produced a captivating set of ‘Bough Houses’ made of. His houses are around 6 feet tall, each with detailed walkways and a huge variety of delicately designed components. Check Rob Heard’s site here.
About Rob Heard
I began my career working with wood, making elaborate wooden playground equipment, pirate ships and tree houses for children. After injuring my wrist. I scaled down the size of my creations, producing a series of unique Bough House sculptures. Which were adored by both adults and children and shipped all over the world.
In 2013 a serious accident
In 2013 a serious accident left me with limited mobility and continuous pain in my right arm. A very dark chapter ensued as I contemplated how I would be able to continue art...
Wooden Technology Workings - Mike Rea’s sculpture pieces are generally represented with materials like steel and glass. Check Mike Rea’s site here.
The Time Machine - 2006 - by Michael Rea
He carves robot suits, space shuttles, artillery guns and time machines from lumber.
Rea has conflated the notions of working hard and playing hard for over a decade with his bombastic wooden sculptures. Replicated and reinvented moments of cinematic horror, science fiction, comedy and drama intermingle with memory to form bizarre personal narratives. Over the years, each uncanny conglomeration of familiar objects and themes has both thrilled and confounded audiences.
A Prosthetic Suit For Stephen Hawking With Japanese Steel - 2007 - by Mike Rea
Pieces seem to be inspired by science movies.