Whimsical and Enchanting Wooden Garden Art

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Whimsical & Enchanting Wooden Garden Art

I love discovering new things.  Handcrafted garden art is one of my favorite things to find.  When I went to a recent art show, I stumbled upon the most amazing artist.  She created beautiful works of garden art using a chainsaw and then used the sawdust to create a special dough that she added to the pieces and then created small characters made up of just the dough.  I hope Whimsical & Enchanting Wooden Garden Art will show you ideas on transforming your garden into a magical oasis.

“The purpose of art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls.” – Pablo Picasso

The closer I looked at each piece, the more amazing her artwork became.  Every sculpture had so much character, that it made it almost impossible to choose which pieces I liked the best.  I said almost...in the end I had to bring a few of those cuties home.  I hope you enjoy this little window into another world:

Here are just a few of her Whimsical & Enchanting Wooden Garden Art pieces:

1) Home is where you gnome is.  

Look at the details on this adorable little gnome.  The legs and feet are made of spoons.

Whimsical Wood Garden Art

2) Wise Old Owl. 

Every garden needs an owl – especially one this adorable.  As you can see his eyes, beak and feet are made of the sawdust dough and the rest is chainsaw carved wood.

Whimsical Wood Garden Art

3) Part of the sea.  

An adorable seahorse would make any garden better.

Whimsical Wood Garden Art

4) Enchanting Toadstools.  

Look at how amazing these toadstools are.  These guys were especially hard to leave behind, I wanted everything.  I really love the one with the frog.

Whimsical Wood Garden Art

Whimsical & Enchanting Wooden Garden Art

Whimsical & Enchanting Wooden Garden Art

5) The sweetest daisy…

Just look at that face!  Doesn’t it make you want to melt?

Whimsical & Enchanting Wooden Garden Art

6) Vulture love.  

This guy got the most attention at the booth.  He was the one that drew everyone in.

Whimsical & Enchanting Wooden Garden Art

Whimsical & Enchanting Wooden Garden Art

7) Shuttle Explorer. 

When you want to rock your garden to the outer limits.  Yes, I went there.

Whimsical & Enchanting Wooden Garden Art

Whimsical & Enchanting Wooden Garden Art

8) Lots to crow about.  

Look at this cute fella with his little fork feet!

Whimsical & Enchanting Wooden Garden Art

9) Goblins galore.  

Whimsical & Enchanting Wooden Garden Art

Do you see the little spider dangling from the sign?

Whimsical & Enchanting Wooden Garden Art

How can you resist?

Whimsical & Enchanting Wooden Garden Art

10) Pumpkin pals. 

Whimsical & Enchanting Wooden Garden Art

Whimsical & Enchanting Wooden Garden Art

11) Witches watching you.  

Whimsical & Enchanting Wooden Garden Art

Whimsical & Enchanting Wooden Garden Art

Whimsical & Enchanting Wooden Garden Art

12) Trick or Treat? 

Whimsical & Enchanting Wooden Garden Art

13) Winter wonderland.  

Whimsical & Enchanting Wooden Garden Art

Whimsical & Enchanting Wooden Garden Art

Whimsical & Enchanting Wooden Garden Art

Whimsical & Enchanting Wooden Garden Art

This one came home with me…

Whimsical & Enchanting Wooden Garden Art

14) Under the sea. 

Whimsical & Enchanting Wooden Garden Art

Whimsical & Enchanting Wooden Garden Art

Whimsical & Enchanting Wooden Garden Art

Whimsical & Enchanting Wooden Garden Art

15) The cutest frog in the world…

Whimsical & Enchanting Wooden Garden Art

We’ve come to the end of Whimsical & Enchanting Wooden Garden Art.  I hope you enjoyed your peek into an enchanting world.

If you have to have one of these treasures for yourself, you can find the artist Dana Selliken on her Facebook page here.    

Here’s a new book coming out on Amazon on carving your own whimsical creatures. 

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