Resene regularly celebrates community creativity with its Mural Masterpieces Competition.
Hundreds of people have beautified towns, schools and neighbourhoods throughout the country. Here are the 2009 winners, sharing more than $5000 worth of prizes.
1st: Takanini School, Auckland. 2nd equal: Coastal Taranaki School, Taranaki. 2nd equal: Clarkville School, Kaiapoi. 3rd: Oratia District Primary School.
1st: NgAng, Chris Finlayson and Rototai Residents & Friends Inc. 2nd: Trent Morgan and community helpers for Rust Ave, Whangarei. 3rd: Tony Scanlan, Joan Harkness, Liz Ambler and Jayne Cummins.
1st: Sara Plunkett for Holmes Kindergarten. 2nd equal: Nicola Neilson for Picton Kindergarten. 2nd equal: Jonathan Grange for an Auckland house.
1st: Jil of Aotearoa. 2nd: Lynda Newman.
You can view hundreds more murals online at www.resene.com/murals.htm.
The Mural Masterpieces 2010 competition is now open. Pick up a registration form at your Resene ColorShop or register online at www.resene.com/murals.htm.
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