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Alice Alva is a multi-disciplinary artist based in Kirikiriroa - Hamilton, New Zealand. She has a keen interest in craft-based practices and the emotional connections that we develop with textile objects, particularly in relation to memory, love, and loss. Her work spans across various mediums, including embroidery, painting, illustration, and graphic design.
Alice has completed a degree in Media Arts from the Waikato Institute of Technology, and a Postgraduate Diploma in Visual Communication Design with Distinction from Massey University. Her work is found in private and public collections across New Zealand and Australia, including the Waikato Museum and Wallace Arts Trust.
In addition to her art and design work, Alice is also an art educator and a māmā to her daughter Daphne. She is an advocate for the visual arts in Aotearoa, New Zealand and is on the executive committee of Aotearoa New Zealand Association of Art Educators. Her diverse experiences and interests are reflected in her creative output, which is characterised by a thoughtful and contemplative approach to materials, technique, and subject matter.
Alice is represented by Masterworks Gallery in Tamaki Makaurau and The Mandarin Tree in Waikato.
Kōrero Mai - Get in Touch
Interested in learning more about me, my work or how we can collaborate on an upcoming project? Feel free to reach out anytime, I would be more than happy to chat.
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