Wood Stack Art

November 19, 2008 | Accessories, Art

It’s the season to prepare for winter and here in New England, wood stacking can be an art.
I am so inspired by Alastair Heseltine’s Fallen tree:
Alastair Hesletine Fallen Tree Wood Stack

Here is a great wood stacking tool available through Poaa.com
Woodstock wood stacking tool
I love that it can be loaded up, brought inside, and it will still look great.

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That tree sculpture is phenomenal, thanks for posting it!

I LOVE LOVE LOVE That fallen tree. that is a lot of wood too. you could definitely get through a few winters.
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That is the most amazing woodpile. Such a creative idea. Makes me wish my fireplace hadn’t been modernized to gas (of course, I wish that anyway.)

I absolutly love that tree, I don’t think I ever would have the patience to build that, but love the creativity. I would have a hard time taking it apart to burn through the winter months.

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That is the most creative woodpile! Trouble is, who would want to burn any wood if it was busy being art.

that stack of firewood is amazing. must of took some amount of time to build.

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