From a media release:
TOP-NOTCH CHAINSAW CARVERS TRANSFORM TREES INTO TREASURE IN CARVER KINGS
- HGTV Canada Presents Jaw-Dropping Look at Producing Custom Art from Raw Wood
- New Series Premieres Sunday April 5 at 10pm ET/PT
HGTV Canada expands its royal family this spring with the new seriesÂ Carver Kings, a captivating and entertaining look at the unique world of chainsaw carving. A companion to the hit Timber Kings series, Carver Kings follows a passionate crew of elite chainsaw mavericks based out of Williams Lake, B.C. as they turn raw wood into stunning custom art for the owners of the worldâ€™s most spectacular log homes. Carver Kings premieres with back-to-back episodes Sunday, April 5 at 10pm ET/PT on HGTV Canada.
Part of the team at Pioneer Log Homes, these chainsaw experts are challenged with creating extraordinary, one-of-a-kind carvings for the Timber Kingsâ€™ most prestigious clients. Faced with near impossible deadlines, demanding clientele, last minute changes and work yard egos, the Carver Kings will stop at nothing to make sure their works of art are the crown jewel of some of the most magnificent log homes on the planet.
As some of the best carvers in the world, the Kings know every detail about the subjects they carve â€“ from the number of feathers on a birdâ€™s wing to the exact angle at which a bearâ€™s claw curves. Each incredible carving comes with a unique story and viewers get an up-close look at the precise work required to create a range of carvings. Whether itâ€™s an eagle, a mountain lion, a family tree, a gazebo or even a tiki bar, every carving becomes a striking focal point in homes across North America.
The premiere episode follows the Carver Kings as they create a modern totem pole for a Colorado log stunner that Timber King Peter Arnold needs to complete the build. The homeowner requested a piece that stands 13 feet tall and represents the native animals of Colorado â€“ but they only have five days to complete the work. In this high-stakes job where timing and quality are everything, one mistake could prove very costly to the whole project. Meanwhile, across the work yard at Pioneer Log Homes, the most seasoned carver of the bunch gives Pioneerâ€™s rookie carvers a surprise job to cut their teeth on.