Lightness and vitality. Bec Brittain’s study of weights and proportions wasn’t meant to be a pure sculptural exercise but, rather, aimed to make marble more her own, an everyday material.
With its inner light, “Heron” glides over the desk or table in an elongated, slightly angular shape reminiscent of the bird it draws inspiration from even in its colors (white, ash grey, pink).
“Heron” sees with the eyes of the soul, with the intimate light of marble.
Materials: White Michelangelo Marble, Pink Egypt, Fior di Pesco Carnico marble and Brass