Who doesn't love a belly raccoon? Created by Greenville artist Joe Bolf, who has been carving wood for over 40 years. These belly animals, at about 10 inches tall, are the smallest of Joe's chainsaw creations. Artist Joe Bolf: "My chainsaw carvings are made of pine logs. Logs check, which is a nice word for crack. This happens because the outside of the log dries faster than the inside. Although some people get upset about chainsaw carvings cracking, it isn't a big deal. It is the nature of the art."