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Matthew McIntyre Wilson

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Name  Matthew McIntyre-Wilson

Matthew McIntyre-Wilson (born 1973) is a New Zealand jeweller and weaver of Taranaki, Nga Mahanga and Titahi descent.

In 1992 McIntyre-Wilson gained a Certificate in Craft and Design from Whitireia Polytechnic, and a Diploma in Visual Arts majoring in Jewellery from Hawke's Bay Polytechnic in 1996.

In 2008 The Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa purchased the woven silver and copper tatua (belts) that McIntyre-Wilson made after visiting their taonga Maori collection stores. McIntyre-Wilson has exhibited both nationally and internationally including Seven Stars at City Gallery Wellington (2008), New Threads: Contemporary Male Weaving at Objectspace Auckland (2009), Nga Mahana: The Twins at Fingers (gallery) (2012), Matthew McIntyre Wilson & Maker Unknown at Pataka Art + Museum (2014–15), the Maori Art Market, and the Spirit Wrestler Gallery in Vancouver.

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