There’s still time to catch Collaborations 2014

By Kevin Kelly

Bunbury is renowned for its busy schedule of events, and one that is currently underway is Collaborations 2014, an exhibition of fine woodworking.

It's taking place at Bunbury Regional Art Galleries and is free to enter. Doors will be open until 12 October, so you still have plenty of time to see these fascinating art works for yourself.

The event is being hosted at the galleries for the fourth time and will give you an insight into the world of woodworking, perhaps even sparking your interest in a new hobby in the process!

Artists from all over the state are attending, and you can expect to see a wide range of techniques, including sculpture and carving.

Galleries director Julian Bowron explained how fascinating the exhibition is, not least because the materials have been slowly grown over several hundreds of years.

"The deep understanding and respect with which they approach these beautiful timbers is evident in the superb objects they make," he commented.

If you're living in Bunbury real estate then feel free to visit. The galleries are free to enter and are open every day from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The aim of this year's exhibit is to get people to look at the ancient woodworking traditions from a new perspective, especially given the very modern techniques that are being used.

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