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Do not feed the bears! This hungry little cub is looking for his fur-ever home!

This piece stands at approximately 18” tall

Once the carving is complete, the sculpture is typically treated with Flood or other protective coatings to enhance its durability and protect it from the elements.

This sculpture was created by chainsaw carving artist, Nick Smith and painted by artist, Amanda Smith.

“Do not feed the bears” Bear Cub

$225.00Price
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  • A bit of checking/cracking is normal and part of log made art.
    They may open and close depending on the weather and time of season.

    We apply wood sealer to our carvings to help protect them from the weather elements and slow down the drying process to help reduce checking/cracking.

    An ideal location is a shaded area or a covered porch.

    Direct sun or a location near a heat source can increase checking/cracking.

    Maintain air flow beneath the bottom of the carving using rocks, bricks, furniture slides, rubber feet, etc.

    We would recommend brushing a coat of sealer on annually as well as an  additional coat or two of wood sealer if you notice checking or water no longer beading off the surface.

  • Due to the nature of this type of art we do not accept returns or cancellations. Please contact us immediately if there is an issue with your order. Thank you! 

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