Eagle and Shark chainsaw carving created at the Yarmouth Nova scotia Shark Scramble.
A practiced carver for more than ten years, James MacKay has been changing the landscape in the Nova Scotia Lighthouse Coast town of Shelburne Nova Scotia. His popular chainsaw carvings are sprouting up in front of shops and stores, motels and building emporiums and on the front lawns of some homes all over Nova Scotia.
His work can be seen next to the Shakespear house on Water Street in Shelburne Nova scotia, in front of MacKenzie's Motel & Cottages in Shelburne Nova Scotia, on the lawn of the colonial house on Dock Street across from the Visitor Centre in Shelburne Nova Scotia and at the Lockeport Cottages and Campground in Lockeport Nova Scotia.
He can often be found carving on Dock Street, on the lot next to the Old Barrel Factory. James is available for commission work by calling 902.875.6388.