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Date: Monday, January 1, 2001 
Question/Topic: Chain Saw Art - John Birch - Wood sculpture Chain Saw Art 
Answer/Pointer: John Birch, a local artist, has created many of his chain-saw wood sculptures in public places for all to see. The following list, compiled by Julie Bowland of the Cultural Resources Commission, is provided so you can take yourself on a "drive-by tour" of Birch's work. 1. Myers Park, at Lafayette Street and Myers Park Drive: "Captive bird" 2. Old St. Augusting Road, about a quarter mile east of Blair Stone Road: "The chase" (dolphins) 3. Capital City Country Club, 1601 Golf Terrace Drive: "Park Bench" (golf ball and sunburst) 4. McCord Park (Armistead and Thomasville Rd.: "Squirrel" 5. 2608 Cline (two blocks off Thoimasville and Armistead): "The Rescue" 6. North Thomasville Road (across from Albertson's): "North Wind" 7. Tallahassee Museum of History and Natural Science: "Changing Face" 8. Tallahassee Parks and Recreation, 912 Myers Park Drive: "TPR Sign" 9. Tallahassee Antique Car Museum, 3600 Myers Park Drive: "1957 Thunderbird" Source: Tall Demo, April 27, 1997 Chainsaw art 
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