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Carving ‘a hobby that went crazy’

Thursday 25 January 2018 | Published in Local

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Carving ‘a hobby that went crazy’
Henry Tavioni with a carving inspired by whales playing in the ocean out in front of Trader Jacks. 18011915

Carver and artist Henry Tavioni was still at Avarua Primary School when he first became enchanted with the carvings in the Cook Islands Library and Museum.

Carver and artist Henry Tavioni was still at Avarua Primary School when he first became enchanted with the carvings in the Cook Islands Library and Museum.


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