Cyanotype, handmade paper (Framed)

70 cm diameter x 3 cm frame depth x 1.8 cm frame face


This artwork was inspired by Sylvia Plath, a great American poet, novelist, and short-story writer


In the autumn of 1962, only four months before her death the following February, Sylvia Plath wrote this cluster of extraordinary poems about bees. The bee poems portray the poet briefly freed from her bell jar, her eye of the tornado. Chronicling the care and nurturing of a hive and its residents, it shows Plath at her most grounded

This is available to buy with Own Art - 10 monthly payment of £225


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Collection Four - Purchase now to secure the artwork. The Collection closes on 20th August 2022 after which you can arrange shipping (price on application) or free collection from the gallery


However, should you wish to have your artwork sooner, this can be arranged please telephone the gallery

The Mile Long Body of Meissen (Ode to Sylvia) - large