HE has tackled Legerwood and Campbell Town - now chainsaw sculptor Eddie Freeman has turned his hand to George Town.
The Ross artist started work on a four-pronged stump of a macrocarpa pine tree at the Tamar town's Windmill Point site last Monday.
The old Cable House originally occupied the site; a piece of history that Freeman has worked into his design.
It will depict three men pulling a cable, a whale and its calf and five penguins.
``It will take about a month of 20-odd eight to nine hour days to complete,'' Freeman said.
``It's an average-sized project for me to take on but it's the biggest one I've done in this region.''
George Town Mayor Roger Broomhall said he hoped the carving would become a tourist attraction for the region.
``Already, we've had locals and tourists alike milling around having a look,'' Cr Broomhall said.
``I think that it will really liven up this area.''
Cr Broomhall said Freeman could be seen in action on weekdays.
``Unless it's pouring with rain!'' the sculptor added.