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Sculpting Damaged Trees Into Art

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Clint Henik
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Clint Henik’s chainsaw carvingscan range from benches, bedframes and tables, to finely detailed hawks, bears and even the iron throne from HBO’s Game of Thrones TV series.

Many Iowans lost trees during the derecho on August 10th. Now, Eastern Iowa just might be turning into a hotspot for chainsaw art.

On this edition of Talk of Iowa, host Charity Nebbe speaks with Clint Henik of Mt. Vernon. Henik has been doing chainsaw carvings for the past 6 years and since the derecho he’s been busy non-stop. Henik's business is Carverway and he specializes in custom chainsaw carvings and log furniture.

Guests:

· Clint Henik, chainsaw artist, Mt. Vernon

Charity Nebbe is the host of IPR's Talk of Iowa
Matthew is a producer for IPR's River to River and Talk of Iowa