Bekki's work is based on themes associated with St Peter's Seminary in Cardross, Scotland.
It is an abandoned brutalist building that is slowly being reclaimed by nature. The building has many unexpected characteristics that is recreated within the work.
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These rings are inspired by the growth and destruction that occurs at St Peters Seminary. Originally carved out of wax and then cast, I then build them up with enamel or geometric granulation to add more intricacy and depth.
Photos by BarkerMcL
The last ring in a series of three, displays the most destruction. Made of silver, highly polished on one side to enhance the beauty of the claw set Beryl stone with geometric granulation built up around it makes the juxtaposition of the two occurring
Using the nickname for the bedrooms at the seminary to name the piece, it inspired this copper, silver and enamel brooch.
Named after Monsignor Charles Treanor who was involved in the decision making stage when St Peters Seminary was being designed by Gillespie, Kidd and Coia. A brooch made of enamel, silver and copper, parts oxidised.
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