The raw stone had a very irregular shape. What to make from such an unusual shape? I chose to make what could be described as a fractured artifact uncovered in an archeological dig. Hence the name. This white alabaster looks pure white. Ironically, stone this white looks soft, like a marshmallow.
This stone is white alabaster with a warm rose hue. The rose hue suggests the warmth of an unseen sunrise. Placed on a rocky promontory of grey slate (the base) the lighthouse looks out providing both protection and warning. The small out buildings are unattached allowing the owner of the sculpture to be a sculptor and create a new sculpture by re-arranging the structures as they wish.