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  • Robyn Djunginy, Bottles | textile length (4.3m)
  • Robyn Djunginy, Bottles | textile length (4.3m)

Robyn Djunginy, Bottles | textile length (4.3m)

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2 colour screenprint on cotton drill
148 cm wide x 4.3 m length

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Robyn Djunginy was born in 1947 to father, acclaimed artist, Ngukmarmar and sister to artists Milpurrurru and Charlie Djurritjni. Djunginy is renowned for her contribution to contemporary Indigenous art, being one of the first Ramingining women to showcase her weaving skills on a global scale.

The bottle motif is in reference to Djunginy's Mother's Group Marrangu Djinang, where the bottles, shaped like beehives, represent the honey story in Ramingining, Central Arnhem Land. 

Bula’bula Arts Aboriginal Corporation is ‘the cultural heart’ of Ramingining community, situated in northeast Arnhem Land and surrounded by the Arafura wetlands. It is an Aboriginal owned and governed, not-for-profit organisation with its core objective being to preserve and foster Yolngu culture.

Purchase of fabric directly supports the artist.

Care instructions: 

Gentle cold hand wash with a mild water based soap/detergent (Alcohol based detergent and bleach will damage the print).  
Do not use fabric softener. 
Do not bleach.
Rinse well with cold water.
Do not tumble dry.
After washing, lay flat on clean towels, on a drying rack or hang to drip dry out of direct sunlight. Cool iron on reverse by using protective cloth.
Dry Cleanable.
The lustre of silk can diminish with moisture, so best to dry clean.

Due to the nature of the medium, exact colour matches cannot be guaranteed. 
Every effort is made to provide a photo that represents the true colour of the fabric, however due to variations between screens, colour can appear differently on screen to the final product.

Postage - Fabric will be bubble wrapped and posted in a PostPak. Please contact the Gallery for a postage quote on purchasing multiple lengths of fabric
Bula’bula Arts / Indigenous textiles / Robyn Djunginy / textile

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