PHOTO: Gallery planned for chainsaw artist

Jeff Eshom, owner of ButtCutt Woodworks at 2010 W. Highway 101 in Port Angeles, uses a chainsaw to carve a bear’s head Tuesday against a backdrop of some of his other creations. Eshom said he plans to open an indoor gallery to showcase his creations in a nearby shop building.

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