Where European Tradition Meets Northwest Living

The Seattle Area's Premier Sculpture and Chainsaw Art Studio

We create chainsaw-carved wood sculptures for private residences in the Pacific Northwest and beyond. The studio is led by Tomas Vrba, an award-winning master chainsaw sculptor. Tomas combines the classical fine arts training he received in his native country of Slovakia with the raw power of the chainsaw to create a unique style of sculpture that is at once rustic and polished.

Our on-site tree stump art and commissioned sculptures are available to the greater Seattle area — King, Pierce, Snohomish, Skagit and Whatcom counties.


Purchase sculptures of all sizes at our new Bellingham, WA studio, open to the public.


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Wood Sculptures

Our wood sculptures are created from salvaged wood and carved with a chainsaw. Purchase at our studio or commission new work. We ship within the US and deliver larger commissioned works at no charge within western Washington.

Chainsaw Tree Stump Art

Commissioning tree stump art is a wonderful way to preserve the history of a beloved tree. We know this is often a once-in-a-lifetime project, so we take great care to involve our clients in the design process at every step along the way.

Sculpture Restoration

Tomas holds a Master’s degree in wood and stone statue restoring. On a limited basis, we provide restoration and conservation services for wood, stone and plaster sculptures.

How to Commission Tree Stump Art

Tree stump art is a unique way to preserve the memory of a tree that has to be cut down.  We like to think of it as salvaged art…amplified.

Not sure where to start? Here’s our step-by-step guide to commissioning a chainsaw carved tree stump sculpture.

Chainsaw Carving Classes

You asked for it, and it’s finally here! We now offer chainsaw carving classes at the studio. Tomas is widely regarded as one of the best chainsaw sculptors in the country. You’ll learn from a master, with small class sizes and plenty of individual attention.

Register now for the Beginner Chainsaw Carving Class –  January 26, 27 & 28.