The competition includes categories from Novice to Professional, and there are also some consultants on hand to assist. Observers can wander through and watch the carvings in progress.
The competition is well known in the carving community and is a draw for tourists coming to spend Canada Day in our community (the competition usually ends just before Canada Day so that the carvings are in place for the festivities). The Transformations on the Shore, as it is officially known, is a perfect example of this island's communities - a mix of resource-base and the arts celebrating both our logging legacy and our artistic heritage.
To see all the action, check out the Shoreline Arts page.
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