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Professional chainsaw carver Curtis Ingvoldstad is spending a week carving a 17-foot-tall white pine log into an array of animals at BSU along the lakeshore behind Hobson Union. The stump is part of a tree removed last year during renovations at Chet Anderson Stadium.

Becoming a work of art: Artist Curtis Ingvoldstad works to transform a 17-foot-tall piece of a white pine in a wooden sculpture

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BEMIDJI -- Looking out over Lake Bemidji is an eagle, perched atop a tree at the lakefront behind BSU.

It perhaps would not be that unusual a sight, except this eagle is made of wood and sits on top of a 17-foot-tall portion of a white pine that was removed nearly a year ago as Chet Anderson Stadium was renovated.

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