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Berit Hildre, 1964 | Figurative sculptor


Berit Hildre is a self-taught artist, born in Aalesund, in Norway.
For Berit Hildre, the vocation is late, it is born from his meeting with the painter Louis Tresseras with whom she lives today in France.

"I'm a Norwegian. Twenty years ago, I left my country to travel. I met Louis on Crete. I began to model the earth, just to try. I continued for pleasure" - Bérit
This exceptional sculptor offers us all the innocence of childhood.
Her delicate and graceful little girls and girls embody the state of grace that is childhood, but also its fragility.



Straight out of the tales that we were told at the time of falling asleep and distracted from eternity, they have been part of his daily life for more than 20 years.
Her delicate and graceful little girls and girls embody the state of grace that is childhood, but also its fragility.
Straight out of the tales that we were told at the time of falling asleep and distracted from eternity, they have been part of his daily life for more than 20 years.
"Little girls believe in angels, fairies, princes and magicians.. Little girls collect all sorts of things: strange pebbles, angels' feathers, hazelnuts dropped from a tree, small boxes Empty spaces and secrets in the palm of the hand" - Bérit












Berit Hildre è un artista autodidatta, nata ad Aalesund, in Norvegia. Per Berit Hildre la vocazione è tarda, nasce dall'incontro con il pittore Louis Tresseras con cui vive oggi in Francia.

"Sono norvegese. Venti anni fa, ho lasciato il mio paese per viaggiare. Ho conosciuto Louis a Creta. Ho iniziato a modellare la terra, solo per provare. Ho continuato per piacere".

Questa sculttrice eccezionale ci offre tutta l'innocenza dell'infanzia. Le sue bambine delicate ed aggraziate incarnano lo stato di grazia che è l'infanzia, ma anche la sua fragilità.