Bottles – Black and White on Seafoam Cotton Drill

Print: Bottles
By Robyn Djunginy
From Bula’Bula Arts

Fabric Width: 145cm
Fabric Weight: 195gsm
Hand printed in our studio in Leichhardt as a 4 colour print on 100% cotton drill.

Suitable for: Clothing, curtains, lampshades, tablecloths, craft, soft furnishings, light upholstery

Djunginy began weaving bottle sculptures in 1983, after the Curator Djon Mundine, suggested to Djunginy that she may like to encase an empty gin bottle in Pandanus fibre ‘Chianti-style’ for an exhibition he was organising. Using a local twining technique, the artist began producing multiple woven bottles of various sizes. The sculptural qualities and the high workmanship of these objects have led them to be become recognised as key contemporary Aboriginal fibre works.
A decade after making her first bottle artworks, Djunginy began producing two-dimensional renderings of the woven sculptures on canvas. She has been the only artist from this area to produce and paint bottles.


7 in stock

Prices are listed per metre.

We highly recommend ordering a sample first to check colours.
While all care is taken to have the photographs accurately represent the colours used, the colours can vary on different computer screens.

Fabric samples are $3.50 per sample plus shipping. Sample size is approx 14cm x 20cm.


Treat this fabric with love and it will love you back! Cold gentle machine wash, drip dry in shade, warm iron. Avoid the tumble dryer and dry cleaner.


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