When you think of chainsaws what do you think of?
I think of people using chainsaws to cut down trees. Maybe using the wood for fire wood or building a log cabin.
What if I told you that a log can be created into a piece of art? Would you believe me?
What if I told you it was created into a piece of art by chainsaws?
Let me tell you it is a site to see. You have to see the master at work when Mark Kolp of the LogHoggers does his magic again this year at the Linn County Fair.
Imagine seeing a log about 6 feet tall and ugly just standing there. Then you see Mark take his chainsaw and start to cut into it. You watch as the ugly log turns in to a piece of art right in front of your eyes. Ms. Buzz is proud to own a carving from the LogHoggers carvings at the fair two years ago. You can see my purchase below- Eagle holding on to an American Flag. Now you have the opportunity to watch the masters carve you an art piece this year at the Linn County Fair.
The LogHoggers are a group of the countries finest demonstrating chainsaw artists and they are performing at The Linn County Fair July 8-10 . This is FREE to watch.
If you are interested in owning one of the beautiful carvings the auction will be on Sunday, July 11th at 4pm next to the Indoor Vendor Building.
For more details go to http://thelinncountyfair.com/fair-info-docs.html