Chainsaw artist Stacy Poitras carves seven deadly sins as an act of protest

"It's such a violent and destructive tool and i'm using it to make something beautiful."
1:31 | 07/16/19

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Transcript for Chainsaw artist Stacy Poitras carves seven deadly sins as an act of protest
It's such. Finally and and make something beautiful. If you give you'll either. And most of his son who work. It actually helps my creativity. Someone's here alone work. I'm a tree hugger and look pretty. These trees he returned and something disgusting like money. We're we're paper and making our. He makes okay. Feel that that's what our resolve.

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