Jarrett Dahl’s six-foot high, 12-foot long eagle is winging its way into Ripley’s Believe It Or Not Museum in Orlando, Florida. Or maybe it’s wheeling; the rustic and fanciful sculpture has motorcycle wheels as well as wings… Continue reading original post here.
There are artists of all kinds at the State Fair, from butter carvers to glass makers. And some – the Dahl brothers — carve wood sculptures with chainsaws.
To the hundreds of visitors who watch them every day, Jarrett and Jordan Dahl are surrounded by more noise than can be made by a frenzied crowd of Viking fans in the Metrodome. The two brothers rev chainsaws at full throttle and spit out blizzards of wood chips all day long… Continue reading below:
For Jarrett Dahl, it all started with a summer long trip to Alaska with a friend following graduation from Dawson Boyd High School in 2004…. Continue reading below: SaveSave
A trip to Alaska with a friend after his senior year in high school let Jarrett Dahl to what became a passion in his life, creating rich wood carvings with a chainsaw… Continue reading below: