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Chainsaw artist Curtis Ingvoldstad of Nerstrand, Minn., paints part of a 17-foot white pine animal sculpture Monday along the lakeshore behind Hobson Union on the BSU campus. (Monte Draper | Bemidji Pioneer)

PHOTO GALLERY: The BSU sculpture takes shape

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Chainsaw artist Curtis Ingvoldstad of Nerstrand, Minn., has been working on a 17-foot white pine animal sculpture along the lakeshore behind Lower Hobson Union on the BSU campus. The wood for the sculpture comes from a tree that had to be removed last year because of the new turf at Chet Anderson Stadium. Photographer Monte Draper has been following Ingvolstad's progress.

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