Nura Gunyu art exhibition at Chrissie Cotter Gallery

Friday, 17 May 2019


Award winning sculptor Noel Butler will showcase his art, created from logs and tree stumps, specialising in wood carving and burning patterns.

The Budawang Elder hails from the Yuin nation and is a qualified teacher, educator, mentor, horticulturalist, chef and historian.

Butler and his wife Trish have been teaching, delivering programs and working with Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal adults and children for over 35 years.

Real-life experiences are the basis of our knowledge and skills, the pair providing their own resource materials including traditional Aboriginal artefacts.

Nuragunyu is from two words in Dhurga- “Nura” meaning Country and “Gunyu” meaning Swan.

On exhibition:

Thursday, 23 May,10am-4pm

Saturday, 25 May,10am-4pm

Sunday, 26 May, 10am-4pm

Tuesday, 28 May, 10am-4pm

Thursday, 30 May, 10am-4pm

Friday, 31 May, 10am-3pm

Nura Gunyu caters to education centres and groups, government departments and schools as well as private groups.

There is also an opportunity for early learning services to bring children to the Chrissie Cotter Gallery at alternative times by booking only. Please enquire to                           

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