Stephen Flanagan (bottom), Mrs May Evans, the branch president and Allen Horrell painting the interior of the Christchurch Senior Citizens Hall on Cashel Street.
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Two men and two women in a garden. One woman is seated at an easel looking at the second woman who appears to be dressed as a maid and is holding a posy. The two men look on. Trees and a weatherboard...
Portrait of a young girl holding a paintbrush.
Participants at an Aged Peoples Welfare Council occupational therapy class painting pottery at the Welfare Council building at 60 Cashel Street.
Students from Aranui High School painting the outside of a sleepout at a house on Breezes Road during the school's annual work day. Hami Rayner is pictured with Mark Wilson on the ladder.
Tom Arthur painting a mural for Screensign Arts, Ferry Road.
Mark (left) gets a visit from Don nearly every week as part of the IHC Volunteer Friendship programme. They meet at Marks work at SkillWise on Manchester Street. They often then take a walk into the...
Sonja Tippin (left) and Donna Haupapa, apprentices, redecorating the former university site on Worcester Street.
Rows of desks outside Mairehau High School being painted by students as part of the school's 'new image day'. The students are, from left, Kylie Tucker, Vanessa Robertson and Juliet Blyth.
Views of Brian Thornton marking newly surfaced east-west runway at Christchurch airport.
Artificial eye maker J. F. Brown and assistant Aileen Trist painting and holding eyes they have created in the office at High Street.
[Frames 39 to 41] Aileen Trist painting an iris for an artificial eye, in High Street. [Frame 42 to 44] A customer with an artificial eye.
Portraits of Mr Paul Brydon, New Zealand Olympic cyclist.
Views of Mrs Clauson, physically disabled painter.
Painting a mural at the hospital building site.
Nicola Cleland, a temporary worker, painting the top diving board at Centennial Pool.
Ruth Miller and Carol Butel painting the North New Brighton community hall as part of a tertiary employment scheme.
Views of students participating in art classes at Elmwood School. Pictured in frame 2 are Peter Lamb and John Phillips.
Children taking part in holiday art classes at Elmwood Primary and Paparoa Street schools.
Elmwood Primary and Paparoa Street schools hosted art classes during the school holidays.
Rev Michael Underhill, Dean of Christchurch, and Christine Halliday, a teacher, painting a bedroom at Te Wai Pounamu Maori Girls’ College.
Views of Evelyn Downs in her flat at 20 Mabel Howard Place.
Views of Westmorland being painted in Lyttelton Harbour.