Textile art large and small at the F Project

One of the things I love about my sister Robyn Burn’s exhibition Gentle Madness is that it showcases the way she can work on small delicate pieces like her Japanese inspired doily prints, then move to massive quilted works.

Full marks to F Project’s Helen Bunyon who incorporated this aspect of Robyn’s work into the design of the exhibition. Three large works provide a wow factor as you walk into the main gallery space. I also loved the way Helen used a large double-sided work to divide up the gallery space, and create a sense of drama with unusual viewpoints.

I am of course familiar with Rob’s work and one of her most ardent fans. Seeing her work hung so beautifully was a great joy. If you happen to be visiting Warrnambool in the next couple of weeks, stop by the F Project Gallery.

By Jude Tulloch

An outsider contemporary artist, I revel in exploring ideas through visual mediums and pushing the boundaries of my creative practice. In life, I strive for balance, by caring for the earth, practicing Tai Chi and learning about the world through travel.

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