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Alysn Midgelow-Marsden - Aotearoa Artist
Alysn Midgelow-Marsden

Alysn Midgelow-Marsden - aotearoa artist

Taking inspiration from Orphism and Cubism concepts, as well as the works of Kandinsky and Mondrian, Alysn Midgelow-Marsden has been able to produce and perfect abstract mediums, creating, commissioning and exhibiting her art from around the world since the early 90s.

Alysn is currently an established business and family woman with a scientific background - whose works have won awards for the use of many varied mediums to construct gripping textile and stitched art. Although a native of Nottingham in the UK, Alysn and her husband have travelled extensively throughout the United Kingdom, New Zealand and America, not only to exhibit her crafts but also to indulge her fascination and love of world art and textiles - from the ancient, primeval cave paintings of the Aboriginal to beautiful African Kuba cloths and dazzling Indian embroidery.
“From childhood onwards, I’ve always created, painted and stitched, and so, as is the case with so many people, the urge was always there. However, getting ‘proper’ training and a ‘proper’ job was the direction advocated by my parents. This I did through both Bangor University in Wales where I gained Honours Degrees in Marine Biology and Biochemistry, as well as a PhD in Systematics from Loughborough University in the UK.” Alysn Midgelow-Marsden

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