American Chainsaw

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  • 2012
  • 1 Season
  • 5.1  (25)

American Chainsaw is a reality television series that aired on National Geographic in 2012. The show is centered around five highly skilled chainsaw artists from around the United States as they travel to different towns and cities showcasing their artistry by creating intricate and creative sculptures using only chainsaws as their tool of choice.

Each episode of the series documents the experiences of these artists as they take on challenging projects ranging from creating life-sized animal figures, to crafting tree trunks into magnificent pieces of art. The artists are tested on their skills and creativity, and viewers are given an inside look into the process involved in creating these one-of-a-kind sculptures.

The artists featured on the show include Jason Acland, Steve Blanchard, Robbin Wenzoski, Mark Tyoe, and Chris Foltz. They are all experienced in the art of chainsaw sculpting, having honed their skills over many years of practice. The artists each bring their own unique style to the table, making for an interesting and diverse group of individuals.

Viewers of the show are able to witness the creativity and skill involved in the chainsaw sculpting process. The artists are seen using chainsaws to shape, cut, and mold wood into intricate designs and shapes. From carving out the patterns of feathers on an eagle's wings to giving a statue its intricate facial features, the process is a difficult and lengthy one, but with years of experience, the artists make it look effortless.

Throughout the series, the artists are faced with challenges and setbacks that they must overcome in order to complete their projects. This includes dealing with unpredictable weather conditions, having to improvise when their tools malfunction, and even dealing with injury.

The artists' personalities are also on full display throughout the series. Viewers are given a glimpse into the artists' personal lives and are shown how chainsaw sculpting has impacted their lives. Some of the artists are shown as family men, while others are single and focus solely on their craft.

One particularly interesting aspect of the show is how the artists interact with the local communities they visit. Often, the artists are brought in to create sculptures for local businesses or community events. In these instances, the artists are shown working alongside members of the community in order to create a sense of unity and togetherness.

Overall, American Chainsaw is an engaging and fascinating look into the world of chainsaw sculpting. The show provides viewers with an inside look into the artistry and creativity involved in creating these impressive sculptures. With its diverse cast of talented artists, interesting challenges, and unique projects, American Chainsaw is a must-watch for anyone interested in the art of chainsaw sculpting.

American Chainsaw is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (8 episodes). The series first aired on November 29, 2012.

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Clown Town
8. Clown Town
December 20, 2012
Jesse creates a sculpture of the Big Apple Circus' star clown performer.
Getting Squirrelly
7. Getting Squirrelly
December 20, 2012
Jesse gets innovative and creates a squirrel sculpture out of a tree stump.
Bad Business
6. Bad Business
December 13, 2012
Beth has scheduled Jesse to carve a bear, but when famous rock star Chadwick Stokes calls, he drops everything to go meet with his musical idol.
Bat Man
5. Bat Man
December 13, 2012
After already agreeing to repaint one of his old sculptures for his parents' mailman, Jesse is contacted by the Plainville Athletic League to take on his most dangerous sculpture yet, a giant baseball bat.
Clients from Hell
4. Clients from Hell
December 6, 2012
Jesse is asked to create a saxophone sculpture for Joe and Dawn Lacerda, owners of The Manchester Music Mill, but when he starts feeling unsure of the project, he asks Beth if they can reconsider.
Animal Attraction
3. Animal Attraction
December 6, 2012
"The Machine" Jesse Green is excited to see an old friend who wants him to create an animal sculpture for the front of the Tufts for Tech Veterinary Clinic at Worcester Technical High School.
Derby Disaster
2. Derby Disaster
November 29, 2012
Jesse needs to learn to delegate when he and his crew work on a trophy for a roller-derby league.
Salem Witch Project
1. Salem Witch Project
November 29, 2012
Jesse and his crew make a dragon sculpture for a witch shop in Salem, Mass.
Where to Watch American Chainsaw
American Chainsaw is available for streaming on the National Geographic website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch American Chainsaw on demand at Amazon and Apple TV.
  • Premiere Date
    November 29, 2012
  • IMDB Rating
    5.1  (25)