Borrowing from the tradition of the environmental art movement, Britton sculpts her figurative and abstract pieces from a variety of materials including clay, bronze and wax, often allowing the innate properties of the media to visually dominate. Believing that nature influences our inherent sense of aesthetics, Britton creates simple, earthy works that are often suggestive of naturally occurring forms. “Art and nature are processes that memorialize who we are and what we experience," says Britton.