Public Art Tree Stump Art

The carving of tree stumps into artwork was first done in the year 2000, when two chainsaw artists carved three tree stumps located in the City Park into an eagle, raccoon's, and a bear with cubs. The art was sponsored by the Arts Commission and has been well received by the public. Subsequently, four more stump art pieces have been commissioned. These public trees provided many benefits to the community while they were alive, and as stump art they continue to serve the community.