Bellarmine pots fired

Hot from the fire one of the ‘Evidence’ pieces as part of the narrative I am creating to portray what constitutes a witch.  The Bellarmine/Greybeard/witch pot –Ceramic- Such pots found buried under the threshold of a house were a sure sign of someone resisting bewitchment. The pots will be dotted around and about Shropshire in the next few weeks as part of getting art out into local communities and can be seen along with me and story teller Amy Douglas at the Haymeadow festival, at The Bog near Stiperstones on Saturday 24th June.witch potsThey were used to redirect back at the witch who cast them.

Published by amlartist

My Art- A stratigraphy of paint in which a history of the artists actions are condensed in a single remaining image. The process being one of decision making, mark making, covering, uncovering, adding, burying, scraping away and finally revealing or hiding.

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