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.
A collection of recent work by Bev Milward.
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Large pendulous heart hanging in space or under water with tiny figure.
This collage was made whilst recovering from heart break and covid.
The image of visiting the heart as big as a whale came from a dream.
The large board is a salvaged test piece thrown away from an artist studios.
Board, paint, paper, oil pastel, beeswax.
Sign post Wall Plaques
Porcelain wall plaques.
'The greatest thing you will ever learn is just to love and be loved in return'
Taken from a song with a very interesting history called Nature Boy.
'The Best is not too good for you' is taken from an old slipware cup.
Wort, Spore and Belle
A family of organic porcelain and stoneware dome pieces.
Belle is the smallest followed by Spore and Wort (who has grown some teeth)
Belle £190.00 SOLD
tooth and claw candlesticks
Acanthus leaves are entwined with themselves to form claws and mouths full of sharp teeth.
Stoneware and porcelain h w
£500.00 per pair
heart tree dome
A brave little heart tree shaped by the elements clings to a snowy landscape.
One white heart has fallen to the floor, one red and one gold still remains.
Porcelain, onglaze enamels, lustre, glass dome
h 18 x d 10 cm.
as above so below wall sconce
Inspired by the ancient philosophy that within the microcosm is the macrocosm.
Stoneware and porcelain
h 25 cm, w 10 cm, d 9 cm
onwards and inwards
The board used here had been used as a painters palette and then discarded.
Small paper cutouts and wax have been added and oil pastels blended in with the rich background colour to form a loose frenetic dreamscape.
Made three weeks into lockdown.
Board, mixed paints, paper, wax, oil pastels.
44.5 x 39.5 cm
Dreaming of of you
Two tiny figures look out for each other from their rooms.
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
The central meaning of The Star in tarot is hope. It is reminder that destiny is always at play and to be patient.
A chaotic noisy garden of plants and souls clamber toward the distant star that hangs motionless and unattainable.
Board, spray paint, beeswax, oil pastels 41.5 x 46.5 cm.