NEW YORK — When Thomas Brown breaks the ice, he takes a chainsaw to it.
On this day, he’s carving an ice sculpture of a frog — a process he loves:
“I think the transformation, it’s a really cool to start out with these blank blocks, these stacked up squares, and then watch it come to life, especially if it’s an animal or human,” Brown told NY1 while carving.
Originally from Kentucky, Brown came to New York more than a decade ago to carve at Okamoto Studio Custom Ice, which creates ice art for all kinds of festive events.
“For the winter holiday season, we’re usually
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