Allen "Skip" Roth and his son have been carving wood sculptures professionally for over twenty-five years. In addition to the impressive final sculptures, their art is performance-based. They were the featured artists in the May 1, 1995 issue of People magazine. The article declared them the "best chainsaw artists in the world." Earlier in his career, Skip's rise in the art world was interrupted when his son, at twelve years of age, was molested by a pedophile. Confrontations with the pedophile ultimately led to Skip being charged with murder. He was unjustly convicted and spent three years in prison before winning an appeal to his conviction. Chainsaw's Justice is the narrative of his unique true-life experiences.
Publication Date: 7/31/2005