Matthew McIntyre-Wilson

Caryl McKirdy
Matthew McIntyre-Wilson has an eye for detail that some would call obsessive. His imaginative reworking of old and current New Zealand coins gives us a fresh perspective on some of our most ubiquitous  objects . The brooches and cufflinks Matthew calls 'The Price of Change' will arguably outlive their original counterparts to become treasured artefacts for future generations.
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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. He has exhibited extensively throughout New Zealand.

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. He has exhibited extensively throughout New Zealand.

"Nga Mahanga - The Twins," exhibit - Matthew McIntyre-Wilson @ Fingers July 16th - 27th  2012

"Nga Mahanga - The Twins," exhibit - Matthew McIntyre-Wilson @ Fingers July 16th - 27th 2012

Copper and silver woven kete by Matthew McIntyre-Wilson. Unbelievable skill.

Copper and silver woven kete by Matthew McIntyre-Wilson. Unbelievable skill.

Pendant and chain re-constructed from coins Pacific Motifs Exhibition @ Visual Culture  October 2014

Pendant and chain re-constructed from coins Pacific Motifs Exhibition @ Visual Culture October 2014

'Kakahu o te Tohunga'    Matthew McIntyre-Wilson + Jo Torr  Pacific Motifs Exhibition @ Visual Culture  October 2014

'Kakahu o te Tohunga' Matthew McIntyre-Wilson + Jo Torr Pacific Motifs Exhibition @ Visual Culture October 2014

"Nga Mahanga - The Twins," exhibit - Matthew McIntyre-Wilson @ Fingers July 16th - 27th  2012. See other cuffs at Visual Culture during October.

"Nga Mahanga - The Twins," exhibit - Matthew McIntyre-Wilson @ Fingers July 16th - 27th 2012. See other cuffs at Visual Culture during October.

Kete kapa, hiriwa.  Matthew McIntyre-Wilson

Kete kapa, hiriwa. Matthew McIntyre-Wilson

Matthew McIntyre-Wilson

Matthew McIntyre-Wilson

Matthew McIntyre-Wilson 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. He exhibits extensively throughout New Zealand and has an exhibition at Pataka Museum, Porirua from October 2014 - February 2015.

Matthew McIntyre-Wilson 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. He exhibits extensively throughout New Zealand and has an exhibition at Pataka Museum, Porirua from October 2014 - February 2015.

Brooches | Matthew McIntyre-Wilson.  Copper, fine silver and oxidised sterling silver.

Brooches | Matthew McIntyre-Wilson. Copper, fine silver and oxidised sterling silver.

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