Award from the London Arts Board
This silver and crystal award is of Esclaramonde D'Alion, the warrior princess, niece of the baroness as depicted in popular culture.
This has been awarded for making a deity, the lost angel Merce. The idea is proving that memory is stored in the unconscious mind and we all use this to make art. The person the statue is of, Miss Beckinsale, is chosen for this since she plays the vampire queen, the Soliliquent Celene, in the Underworld films and it can be her as the future she becomes in this. Her proportions have been
worked out from her height 5.8ft tall and enlarged to 10ft, not double life size that would be 11.16 foot. This is because at 10ft the equation for the measurements are on a straight line since it then becomes 100 inches from the shoulder to the toes with the head fitting into the body seven times according to the anatomy because the neck measurement disappears making the head 10ft.
Esclaramonde D'Alion award
I just discovered this making a 10ft being. The idea is that the lost angel Merce is one of the beings in Amazonian mythology this size (see Merce section). This all equated to easy manageable numbers to remember to make as the person larger than life due to the measurement 100 inches from the shoulder to the toes. This may be true then also of Michelangelo's David statue, but that's not to say that he had to be stupid to do this being dyslexic, they may just not have had any other device for working this out. It's me who is anyway dyslexic and has discovered this unconscious process making this alternate piece the idea because I don't have another device namely computer knowledge at my disposal. So the end result is that the statue becomes the virtual drawing in cyber-space as the metal piece that other artists now use to make actual people larger than life bronze or stone statues. This brings this 4th dimension into the 3rd dimension making the piece see-through for the invisible idea of the being, thereby capturing light and this is also the idea.
Kate Beckinsale receiving the new West End Company award at the British Film awards for best actress on 9th December 2016
Kate Beckinsale at Claridge's in Marchesa dress with Messika jewellery