Tallahassee, Florida: Dead Tree Chainsaw Art

Chainsaw sculptor John Birch took a dead tree and turned it into art featuring people enjoying a dead tree.

LeRoy Collins Public Library

Address:
W. Call St., Tallahassee, FL
Directions:
LeRoy Collins Public Library. North side of downtown. In the parking lot on the south side of W. Call St. between N. Bronough and Duval Sts.
Admission:
Free
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Tree Fort art.

Dead Tree Chainsaw Art

Unique chainsaw art, by local chainsaw sculptor John Birch, at LeRoy Collins Public Library.

[Betty, 08/24/2016]

Completed on July 4, 2016, the carving of the dead oak tree took nearly five months. Birch carved a girl who had built a tree fort, a boy leaning back and reading a book, and a Dad peeking out of the tree's hollow innards.


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