An unique exhibit featuring the
FRETFUL VISIONS and INTERNAL WRANGLINGS
Ms. Beverley Milward
& Mr. Willy small
Set in ACTUAL REALITY of
16 London Road, Bath, BA1 6ad, uk
this physical aperture holds objects to be viewed and contemplated.
Should one of these objects have you in their grip you are invited to message the contact box on how you can have access to its presence.
Brooding and intense hand finished giclee print.
Wailing Dip Finger Candles
Hand of Glory
Traditionally the Hand of Glory was a candle made from the severed hand of a hanged felon which, when lighted, enabled its user to commit villainous acts by rendering their victims motionless.
Our Hands of Glory are a soy and beeswax mix, individually made and finished by hand. No one was harmed during the making of this cadaverous candle. Use responsibly. Do no harm.
H/ W/ D cm: 18/ 10.5/ 3.5
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WARNING: This candle is very drippy. Protect yourselves and your surfaces.
Lost Soul dome
Acanthus leaves symbolising immortality, mourning and sin are formed into claws holding golden orbs.
Grotesque growths and faces emerge out of the swirling mass.
Stoneware, porcelain, slips, lustre, onglaze enamel. dome h27 x d14cm
£350.00 including glass dome with wooden base
The Stuff that Dreams are made of
The second in a series of small domes which attempts to capture those nights of vivid dreams where characters found in waking life combine into a swirling incomprehensible mass.
Porcelain, onglaze enamels, lustre, glass dome
h 18 x d 10 cm. Currently shown with no dome.
Handcast earthenware. Made to order
Inspired by medieval allegories depicting hands reaching up as they descend through the Jaws of Hell.
A contemporary momento mori where golden claws reach towards the light.
Stoneware, porcelain lustre h29 x8.5cm base.
£195.00 per pair
Hand rolled porcelain disc with monoprinted slip, incised decoration and original rare vintage transfers .
A tiny figure screams silently at it's controlling hand
Porcelain, wood, glass
Borne of frustrations and internal wranglings this ball of dark desires squirms across the reclaimed board.
Paper, spray paint and beeswax on board
A background of the most extensive firework display ever seen celebrating peacetime in
Hyde park, July 1919.
Approaching from the right characters from a devil dance performed by Mongolian monks and to the left Javanese costume used in Wayang wong. Siamese fighting fish and Samurai.
Paper, wax, oil pastelson rough street board with glue. h38 x 41 cm
These creatures have featured within pieces of my work for a while but now they have crawled out of the woodwork and have a voice of their own.
Now in carnivore and omnivore!
They are small scale porcelain, between 3-6 cm long and are
£20.00 each or £50.00 for three