'This work largely draws on experiences of the high country and the bare hills heading from Canberra to my childhood home in southern New South Wales. These pieces reflect upon of the curves of slope and stone, the texture and pattern of the land and the elements upon it. Shadow is a consideration in the majority of these works, implied by the darkening of surfaces or cast in the spaces between or around the forms'.
'Shadow (or shade) holds positive connotations for me; cloud shadows falling upon and racing across the high country; the shadow of a burnt tree sheltering a black dog from the heat of the sun; the space between granite boulders where the sun only briefly falls, cool stone, cool soil, cool air'.
An interview by Barbie Robinson with Robyn gives a great insight into this exhibition:
All artworks will remain as part of the exhibition until 12 June.