A limited edition of ten handmade horseshoes – each unique and produced on the occasion of Bristol-based artist Harriet Bowman’s solo exhibition at Spike Island, All Round-er (sad sale). Bowman works with sculpture and writing. For her solo exhibition, Bowman presented a new body of ceramic, leather, metal and sound works based on an ongoing narrative. A local tannery, Thomas Ware & Sons, was the site of Bowman’s primary research for this exhibition, influencing her use of leatherwork and also a sound work inspired by the workers’ bell.
Harriet Bowman’s talismans are handmade ceramic horseshoes which offer luck to all. These objects hold something more than their physical form; when kept or passed on, a horseshoe is said to bring good fortune.
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As Featured in The World of Interiors (January 2021)
Is now the moment to de-clutter your mantelpiece? These artists’ works, whether one-offs or limited editions, have the fine sculptural quality to stand in splendid isolation. From a rainbow rolling pin to a Venus de Milo vase, here are pieces to reign in your parade, says Max Egger. Photography: Anders Gramer. Buy The World of Interiors January 2021 issue