Collection: Robyn Campbell | SURFACE & FORM

Robyn’s wall pieces use river stone shapes combined with fine marks to suggest landscape. Parallel grooves on her blackened freestanding hill forms introduce flow and contrast. Subtle surface treatment gives ‘skin’ to her translucent glass forms, and her charcoal drawn lines on paper imagine vast landscapes.  

This group of work explores dynamics in form through mark making and surface.  

Shadow fall hand built ceramic sculpture by Robyn Campbell