That's right "Lady LogHoggers!"

Lady LogHoggers

And not just any lady carvers! LogHoggers has selected three of the country's best female demonstrating artists. You can expect the same LogHoggers quality demonstrations with these ladies!

This is sure to get the town talking when they witness lady chainsaw carvers creating beautiful works of art from a raw log! All of these works of art belong solely to the event and will be sold by auction. This money can be used to pay for this attraction and / or fund raising dollars for local charities or projects.

The ladies come complete with their own self-contained demonstration trailer and logistical assistant. Clients that select a two Lady LogHoggers attraction will receive four sculptures daily, ranging between 2 - 4 feet in size. Those that select all three Lady LogHoggers will receive six sculptures daily. LogHoggers standard requirements for booking apply, less the hotel room.

Karen Barker

Introducing Chainsaw Artist, Karen Barker, out of beautiful Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri. Karen has helped pioneer female exhibition chainsaw carving in the Midwest since 1990. She has carved throughout the Midwest, Canada, and the East Coast, performing at State and County Fairs and Festivals. She recently won Third place and Carvers Choice awards in Quincy, Illinois at the 2006 Loghoggers chainsaw carving competition. She has a following, and her art is fast becoming collectible.

Laura Reichert

Introducing Chainsaw Artist, Laura Reichert of Catawissa, Missouri. Laura has been carving for six years. As a competitive artist, Laura has done quite well, placing 3rd in Quincy, Illinois at the 2003 LogHoggers carving competition, and 3rd at the 2006 Eureka Springs, Arkansas Carving in the Ozarks. She has performed at multiple county fairs and festivals throughout the Midwest.

Cindy Servis - Widget

Introducing Chainsaw Artist, Cindy Servis of International Falls, Minnesota. Cindy started carving in December of 2005 and hasn't looked back. The challenge and complexity of each of her carvings drives her to further test the limits of this unique and complex art form. Although she is still doing some woodburning occasionally, carving has become her passion.