Back in 1987, Shawn Seminara graduated from Mathews High School in Vienna Center, Ohio.
He recently gave the school a special gift — an eight-foot-tall sculpture of a mustang … that he created using chainsaws.
Shawn’s friend owns a tree service. And through the years, he’s gotten very good at creating wood sculptures, all made from chainsaws of different sizes.
This sculpture, which Shawn named Eclipse, took about a week to complete. It’s made from both oak and cottonwood, weighs 800 pounds and is preserved with a little bit of fire and stain.
“I want to give back to the community I grew up in, said Shawn. “It’s good to be home.”