Father and son Kevin and Michael Casey are master craftsmen in the art of bog oak sculpture. Their wood, often centuries old, is taken from local bogs, stored and naturally dried for several years, before it is ready to be worked. This wood is revived and transformed into beautiful abstract or symbolic shapes. The visitor studio and workshop is located in a rural Shannon-side setting just outside Newtowncashel Village near to the pretty limestone Barley Harbour on the banks of Lough Ree. Visitors to the studio can experience the transformation of the bog oak some over 5000 years old into unique works of art.