Channel Point Village Community Blog
IN THIS PHOTO: It was a rainy day in Hoquiam and Sean, "The Whittler" came prepared with rain gear as he spent hours carving a wonderful peice for us in the Channel Point courtyard. The residents watched (nice and dry) from the activity room. The pictures are various stages of the 2 hour process of carving. He used several different chainsaws, sanders and a torch. Local chainsaw carver Sean Brown, or "The Whittler", has a carving location on State Street in Aberdeen. He first began whittling outside a local sports bar, using small pieces of mill ends. One day someone asked him to carve a bigger piece, so he went home, borrowed a chainsaw, grabbed a piece of old driftwood and started creating. He says this is when he fell in love with carving. Our finished piece depicts a sailor holding a fish, and now has a permanent home in the courtyard. The residents have not desided on a name, but Captain Woody seems to be the favorite.
Chainsaw Carver 2010
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