Close-up of "The press express", a train and carriages made from waste newspapers, exhibited by students from Cobham Intermediate School. The trains forms part of the "Wonderful Waste" exhibition at...
Shelter, an art installation by Ashburton artist, Morgan Jones, at the Arts Centre near the entrance to the Court Theatre. The installation is part of Anzart, an international arts festival at the...
Sculpture work for the grounds surrounding newly constructed buildings by Rosemary Johnson at the Christchurch Teachers College, Ilam.
"Bowman 2" a sculpture at Stephen Clarke, on show at the Brooke Gifford Gallery, 112 Manchester Street.
Windwood, an art installation by Morgan Jones, at the Arts Centre.
Sculpture by Llew Summers on the lawn outside the Christchurch Town Hall as part of the Christchurch Arts Festival. Pictured is Trent Logan, 3, with his mother Ms Cornwell.
Peace, a sculpture by Llew Summers being moved from the quadrangle of the Arts Centre.
Vicki Woods with a Llew Summers sculpture to be sold at the Nicaragua Must Survive art auction at the CSA Gallery.
Sculptor, Llew Summers, with his sculpture, Moongazer, which the Rawhiti Community Arts Council wants to install near the North New Brighton Community Hall.
Llew Summers with a sculpture of a front row rugby forward in the courtyard of the Canterbury Gallery on Papanui Road, Merivale.
Sculpture of Wrestlers by Llew Summers to be placed in the daffodil lawn at the Botanic Gardens.
Sue Cooke and Stephen Gleeson selling art work from a cart to raise funds for their friend and fellow artist Marian Maguire to study at the Tamarind Institute of Lithography in New Mexico.
John Fisher with father, David Fisher, of H. Fisher and Son art dealers at 691 Colombo Street.
A model of Richard McIlroy's steel sculpture (left) and of Mark Whyte's modelled marble statue, commissioned by the Department of Justice for the Christchurch law courts complex. McIlroy's to be...
A sculpture made from timber offcuts for a "Trash-into-Art" display at the Christchurch Arts Centre. Pictured are, from left, Sinead O'Hanlon, Maria O'Connell, Fiona O'Hanlon, Taryn Newton, Kirstie...
Statue by sculptor, Llew Summers, outside the Waimairi District Council flats in Manse Place, Redwood.
Llew Summers with one of his sculptures.
Christchurch sculptor Llew Summers with some of his sculptures.
Sculpture by Neil Dawson used as part of street theatre in Christchurch.
Art installation entitled "300 Steps" at Mount Gay in South Canterbury by sculptor, Morgan Jones.
Mansur Addison, 4, climbing on a Llew Summers sculpture.
Janice Barnett, 20, receptionist at the Arts Centre, with Neil Dawson sculpture suspended above the northern quadrangle at the Christchurch Arts Centre.
Rosemary Johnson with her art installation, "Falling Fence" in the quadrangle of the Arts Centre. The installation is part of Anzart, an international arts festival at the Arts Centre.
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