Halima Cassell and Clarence’s symmetrical watercolours

Celebrated artist/sculptor Halima Cassell talks about her love of Clarence’s symmetrical botanical watercolours which are hidden away in the archive of the Fitzwillia m Museum in Cambridge University. Symmetry is a way of seeing nature adopted with such success by William de Morgan https://www.demorgan.org.uk/.


Here is a gallery of photos taken in 2017 by the Fitzwilliam at the cost of the Bicknell Family. There is every justification for the Fitzwilliam to show them in an exhibition and I wonder who might have the key to the door to burgeoning enthusiasm which must be lurking there somewhere. In the meantime, enjoy the images. Enjoy Halima’s take on this work, and her work https://www.halimacassell.com/