June 04, 2020
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Chainsaw artist’s sculpture outside Stephen King’s home nears completion

Natalie Williams | BDN
Natalie Williams | BDN
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.

Natalie Williams | BDN
Natalie Williams | BDN
Chainsaw artist Josh Landry chats with passersby as he works on a sculpture outside Stephen and Tabitha King's home on Monday afternoon. Landry said people have been coming by to see the progress of his project all while observing social distancing space recommendations.
Natalie Williams | BDN
Natalie Williams | BDN
Chainsaw artist Josh Landry carves details on a cat's face on the sculpture he's working on outside Stephen and Tabitha King's home.
Natalie Williams | BDN
Natalie Williams | BDN
Chainsaw artist Josh Landry stands on scaffolding at the back of his wooden sculpture on April 6.
Natalie Williams | BDN
Natalie Williams | BDN
Chainsaw artist Josh Landry pauses for a break while working on his piece outside of Stephen and Tabitha King's home on Monday afternoon.
Natalie Williams | BDN
Natalie Williams | BDN
Chainsaw artist Josh Landry holds his chainsaw before working on the next section.
Natalie Williams | BDN
Natalie Williams | BDN
Chainsaw artist Josh Landry speaks to passersby as he works on a sculpture outside Stephen and Tabitha King's home on Monday afternoon.

 

 

 


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