masterworks gallery Matthew McIntyre-Wilson has studied Art & Design, majoring in jewellery, at both Hawkes Bay Polytechnic and Whitireia Polytechnic. Mathew is of Titahi and Nga Mahanga descent, and is heavily influenced by traditional Maori art.
An elegant and beautifully crafted brooch by New Zealand jeweller Warwick Freeman called "Worm". Shell is as important a substance for his art as it was for centuries before European settlement of New Zealand and other places in Oceania
Warwick Freeman wears Lisa Walker . . . well! His adornment possibly in celebration of Wunderrama curated by Warwick and Karl Fritsch, the largest exhibition of New Zealand contemporary jewellery ever to travel to Europe. The landmark exhibition brings together over 200 pieces by more than 75 contemporary New Zealand jewellers and artists as well as Māori taonga and Pacific and historical European jewellery.