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Woodcraft Wellington 2008 Exhibition and Sale

Media Release: Guild of Woodworkers Wellington

The Guild of Woodworkers Wellington Presents . . . Woodcraft Wellington 2008 Exhibition and Sale

10-14 December, 10am – 4pm
SHED 11, Queens Wharf

Fourteen of Wellington's leading wood artists converge on Shed 11 to show case and sell their exquisite woodwork. Exhibitors will give demonstrations of their carving and woodturning craft through out this free five-day event.
Woodcraft Wellington presents a wide range of high quality wood items, large and small, for the discerning buyer.  
One member of the exhibition is double NZ Olympian (1972 & 76 shooting athlete), Graeme McIntyre, who is now one of this country's leading wood artists. He is renowned for creating delicate pierced vessels that take hours of patience and skill to create.
Other exhibitors include woodturners Hugh Mill, Jill & Tony Van Raalte, Rick Screen, Bryan Hawkins, and Denis Newton and woodcarver Archie Kerr.
 If you are looking for a memorable gift or are fascinated by the art of woodturning join us for the Woodcraft Wellington Exhibition and Sale!


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