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Chainsaw Sawyer Artist Stump Art

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Chainsaw sawyer art by Ray Murphy has been sawed since 1953. Ray sawed on stumps that were left over from the logging of firewood and fence post. Some of the stumps had been chopped with an axe and were taller than those sawed with a chainsaw or cross-cut saw. As the years went by Ray got into sawing multipal sculptures on dieased or damaged trees. This was more like a totem pole effect. The tallest of these was 45 feet tall.