This beautiful porcelain panel depicts the allegory of memory as a woman who collects flowers cut down by time. Here she is storing them in many pockets, leaving the ones to be forgotten on the ground.
Keshaw is an award winning ceramicist, exhibiting internationally and has work in the permanent collection of two Chinese museums.
On her works:
"I use porcelain to tell stories, to illustrate lines from poems, proverbs and my own narratives, including Tennyson's Maud, the pudding girl with her many pockets containing many spoons and the happy ending that is a long soak in a hot bath".
"I'll have examples of my illustrated porcelain at all stages, from raw to high fired, also my sketchbooks and photo collages, to show how my work is made".