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Chainsaw Ray Stump Art

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Chainsaw Ray Stump art started in 1953 when Ray Murphy sawed on stumps left behind while sawing fence post and firewood. Ray and his brother sawed many fence post with cross-cut saw and chopped many down with axes. The stumps were higher than those cut with chainsaw. The stumps that had dried out for sometime seemed to work the best for stump art. Ray still does some stump art in peoples yards all over the U.S.
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