Sawdust flying at annual Transformations on the Shore in Campbell River

The carvers have gathered at Frank James Park and the wood chips are flying at the 21st annual Transformations on the Shore.

The carvers will be at the park from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. until Saturday. The quick carve competition takes place on Saturday at 1 p.m. and the judging, live auction and awards ceremony takes place Sunday afternoon at 2 p.m.

 

Jocelyn Doll/Campbell River Mirror Amanda Chalmers, an amateur carver from Campbell River, is participating in Transformations on the Shore.

Jocelyn Doll/Campbell River Mirror Larry Hoflin, an amateur carver from Alder Flats, Alta. sharpens a chain saw at Transformations on the Shore this morning.

Jocelyn Doll/Campbell River Mirror Ryan Cook, professional carver from Britannia Beach, B.C. climbed on top of his log to check it out before getting to work at Transformations on the Shore this morning.

Jocelyn Doll/Campbell River Mirror Shea Larkin, semi-professional carver from Seymour Arm, B.C. pins on a sketch to his log this morning at Frank James Park.

Jocelyn Doll/Campbell River Mirror Rick Sewid a semi-professional carver from Campbell River sketches on his log at Frank James Park this morning.

Jocelyn Doll/Campbell River Mirror Sandi Cleaver, a semi-professional carver from Campbell River, takes an axe to her log.

Jocelyn Doll/Campbell River Mirror Marina Cole looks at her sketch.

Jocelyn Doll/Campbell River Mirror Warren Little semi-professional carver takes chunks out of his log at Transformations on the Shore.

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