An unique exhibit featuring the

FRETFUL VISIONS and INTERNAL WRANGLINGS

 of

Ms. Beverley Milward,

Mr. William Datson

Ms. Lilly Foxx.

Set in ACTUAL REALITY of London Road, Bath, 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.

Current exhibits

Ms. Lilly Foxx:

Sixth Day 

She said...

 

Let us make woman in our image, according to our likeness;

We will use the flower and the herb that yield seed: their sacredness will be at the very heart of her being “

Signed giclee print hand finished with gold and crystals.

£250.00 framed

Sixth day celebrations 

She said...

”Let the earth bring forth all living creatures so that she may know and cherish all life, their sacredness will be at the very heart of her being”

Signed giclee print hand finished with gold and crystals.

£250.00 framed

The Shining Ones

She said...

 

The light filled vegetables, the shining ones will show you the way; take them into your life, their divinity will be at the heart of your being”

Signed giclee print hand finished with gold and crystals.

£250.00 framed

Ms. Beverley Milward

Untitled

No. 10 Untitled

Borne of frustrations and internal wranglings this ball of dark desires squirms across the reclaimed board. 

 

Paper, spray paint and beeswax on board

£400.00

Lost Souls 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

Ritual

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

£190.00

Claw Candlesticks

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. 

£200.00 per pair

Tooth Worms, opinions, £20.00 each

Opinions

Everyone has got to have one nowadays!

These fellows are made of porcelain between 3-5cm long and are £20.00 each or three for £50.00

Mr William Datson & Beverley Milward

Golden Tree Frames 

Made for Kensington palace in response to the lavish motifs of acanthus leaves, claw and ball and egg & dart.  Cast in Jesmonite plaster and hand finished.

Small frame without mirror  £575.00                           with mirror    £650.00

Medium frame with claws and balls. 

 

without mirror  £675.00

                                              with mirror £750.00

Large Oval Egg and Dart Frame

without mirror £675.00

with mirror £750.00

Bev Milward 2020

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