With a degree in art education Alison Marcer has had many twists and turns in her artistic employment since her early teaching days. Since having children, her part time home based artistic pursuits have now grown into Ali's Art Studio where anything and everything creative has room to blossom. Ali spoke about her journey and her love of diversity within creativeness.
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