Working in porcelain for nineteen years Bev Milward forges a personal and intimate path referencing directly from the landscape of her rural childhood and aspects of the rich heritage of English ceramics. In the tradition of folk art it reflects undercurrents in society and from it unusual characters and landscapes emerge.
Using many traditional making methods she demonstrates craft values and a delicate fragility.
The scale invites you to lose yourself in the detail of each piece but once there often there is a dark wit or subtle observation of the way we live.
Things are not always as they seem.