If you are wondering what is so special about sculptures made from wood, then you might want to know that this art is made from driftwood. The story goes that a school teacher would collect pieces of tree trunks, stumps and roots that had drifted on the shore from the sea. With every cyclone more and more tree parts would get washed on to the shore. The school teacher then trimmed these collected driftwood pieces to mould them into the shape of birds, animals, fishes and reptiles. Though these sculptures have been made many years ago, their constant battle with the sea before reaching the shoreline has made the driftwood resilient. Art enthusiasts and art students visit the museum to explore and learn about this unique form of art.