This framed mirror includes some ceramic poetry. The frame painted white and waxed and is 33 cm square.
This piece was developed from an idea that emerged from the poem, and filtered through a distant memory of Disney’s magic mirror in Cinderella. We are sure you get the reference!
The mirror is about love – not the first flush of love, but the real kind. The wrinkled kind. The kind that is not blind to advancing years, but rather wears them with pride. The poem reads.
Grey lies the lock to softening cheek, the lines on your lovely face are the paths we’ve walked together, for love is never young, it is older than we, so let unkind light fall harshly, let gravity do its worst, for I will be your mirror, and your pillow, should you fall.