To transform a chunk of wood into a sculpture is a human endeavor almost as old as humanity itself. Woodcarving got a modern twist in the 1950s, with the invention of the lightweight gas-powered chainsaw. You might think of chainsaw sculpture as a folksy roadside attraction, featuring bear cubs in various poses. But these days, chainsaw art has gone mainstream, as WPSU's Cynthia Berger reports.
Stories: Chainsaw Rendezvous
March 3, 2006