Rambunctiously Rustic

 

woodZwayz (pronounced woodsy ways, or woodsy for short), is wild, woolly, and creatively unruly. We use big wood, big tools, take on bad ass projects (and the oddest of requests), just about anything in the rustic realm; from gates and gateways, big slab tables, totems, Cowboys and Indians, chainsaw carved bears, to fine wood art sculpture and woodburned art and furnishings.

 
Chainsaw carved rustic bar with woodburned artwork.

Chainsaw carved rustic bar with woodburned artwork.

060311121702.jpg
Willie Nelson burnt wood panel
360.00 400.00

Willie Nelson burnt wood panel

71663_10202446016525917_50656683_n.jpg
chainsaw-carved-bears

Unlike our competition, we specialize in custom fine art quality chainsaw carvings, we take pride in our workmanship, take precautions to prevent excessive cracking, and use quality marine spar varnish to preserve our carvings.

We use salvaged, standing-dead, beetle-killed lodgepole pine and douglas fir. Our wood is already dry to high desert, low moisture level.

Our competition likes to use live, green, spruce, with no preservative finish at all, which beside from being environmentally unfriendly, is guaranteed to crack, literally, spruce grows in wet locales and is the most crack prone wood in Colorado, just because it's faster to carve.

You won't find another shop like ours anywhere in Colorado or the Rocky Mountains region.

 

chainsaw-carvings-colorado
Our shop in Kremmling, Colorado is a popular tourist attraction for vacationers en route to Steamboat Springs and coming through Rocky Mountain National Park. We are a short drive from Summit County, Silverthorne, Dillon, Frisco, Breckenridge, Keystone, Copper Mountain, and centered equal distance between Winter Park, Steamboat Springs, Vail, and Breckenridge.

Our shop in Kremmling, Colorado is a popular tourist attraction for vacationers en route to Steamboat Springs and coming through Rocky Mountain National Park. We are a short drive from Summit County, Silverthorne, Dillon, Frisco, Breckenridge, Keystone, Copper Mountain, and centered equal distance between Winter Park, Steamboat Springs, Vail, and Breckenridge.