When Scott Dow makes a work of art out of wood, his tools extend far beyond garden variety hammers, chisels and sandpaper.

Dow, an award-winning artist from Corry, prefers sharp and dangerous chain saws to create carvings of all shapes and sizes. Dow, who owns the Animalistic carving business in Elgin, is the man responsible for carving an eagle, keystone, railroad train and beaver out of a maple tree trunk in Corry City Park for Corry’s 150th anniversary.

See the Journal’s Friday, July 29th edition for full story.

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