3D Wood – Nick Speakman

3d Wood Chainsaw sculptorWelcome to the work of Nick Speakman,
Chainsaw Tree and Stump Carving and Sculpture.

My background is rooted in traditional British craftsmanship, with a formal training in joinery and design. I have evolved into chainsaw tree and stump carving and sculpture over several years and am uniquely able to offer a fusion of joinery and sculpture.

Take a look in my Galleries to see my chainsaw carving and sculpture work. I really enjoy the organic process of developing as a sculptor, with each project allowing a steady insight in to this lifelong passion.

Specialising in original work, this site is a taste of what can be achieved with a little imagination, please feel free to contact me to chat about your ideas and requirements. If needed sketches and models can be produced to help both the artist & client visualise the possibilities of the final piece.

I will travel almost anywhere, and my work can be found not only in Britain, but also America and more recently Gibraltar.

Latest News

  • Sept 2013

    My next big calendar point for me is the Royal Berkshire Show, 21-22nd September, where I show and sell a selection of carvings, also collaborating with Rob Dyer from Treet. I have been booked for two pumpkin carving events this year, also our first pumpkin carving commission for Halloween on a river boat restaurant Showboat,…

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  • Kent Sculpture trail project

    I was asked way back in March 2012, to look at designing four sculptures for a project with the Woodland Trust for the Hucking estate in Kent: it was to be part of a land scape walk with pieces needing to be sensitive to the history of the area and also blend into to the…

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  • What a year!

    As the work of 3dwood spreads throughout the south of England with public & private commissions in Essex, Berkshire, Kent, Oxfordshire, Surrey, Somerset and pieces being sent to Scotland and shipped abroad to Gibraltar, we continue to go from strength to strength. This year has seen a new website constructed by a gem of a…

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  • Community Project

    This year so far has seen a wildlife project in the form of a “memory” totem pole covered in wildlife with space left to attach plaques to commemorate loved ones from the local area. A sculpted bench was also commissioned to commemorate the Queens Jubilee of 2012, and was undertaken and installed in May from…

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