Chainsaw artist Josh Landry carves the back of his sculpture outside Stephen and Tabitha King's home.

A windy afternoon blew sawdust around North Anson artist Josh Landry as he worked on his wooden sculpture outside the home of Stephen and Tabitha King on Monday.

From a 5-foot-wide, 15-foot-tall ash tree stump, Landry has carved various woodland creatures sitting on and around a bookcase.

[A Maine chainsaw artist is carving a sculpture at Stephen and Tabitha King’s house]

Landry expects to finish the project, which began in March, sometime within the week.

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