THE ART OF GRIEF
This gold broach circa 19th Century and matching earrings was found while a friend was clearing their grandmothers house. She lived through the death of two husbands and two sons.
American sculptor Susan Clinard uses a range of media in her work. This piece acquired in 2019 explored deep grief.
Ceramic vase with messages of love written onto it. A keepsake for ashes and memorial.
The Last Portrait
An artwork by Lucy Willow. The microscopic view of her son Jack's ashes.
(Jack Perry 1990 - 2006)
The Grief Cabinet
The head of a canary and other objects displayed in the shop cabinet.
Smoke Fired Pot
A ritual smoke fired pot by ceramic artist Cath Francis. Made in St.Ives Cornwall.
Small collection of bones
Small bone collection belonging to Emma Saffy Wilson found daily on the cliffs near Sennen beach.
In October all the moths come into die in the shack in the memorial garden.
Dead Crows Feet
The feet of a dead crow stitched and attached to a doll by Crow Jane.
A photographic print of dust on a microscope plate by Lucy Willow. Available in the shop.
A stitched crow to accompany you on your grief journey- After Grief is The Thing With Feathers.
Small stitched rabbit and underworld companion in grief.
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