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Robyn Stewart

Post  Ev on Thu 10 Dec - 10:35

OMG how come I haven't posted my favourite treasure yet?
Perhaps because it lives in it's specially made box, nestled in it's wadding for safe keeping!

Robyn burnishes her ware and smokes it in a sawdust firing.


Robyn Stewart's mark....
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Post  fredoliphant on Thu 3 Jul - 11:15

I am a relation (fairly distant) of Robyn's and have managed to recently buy two small pieces of her work while in Wellington in March this year.

I know she is no longer working and suffers from dementia but we spent a wonderful afternoon last month with her and her son David at the Brick Bay sculpture trail in Mahurangi.

I am very interested in anyone who has any of her work that they would like to sell. I am in New Zealand on an extended holiday and would dearly love to take some more of Robyn's work back home to Scotland with me.

I hope some one may be able to help me find some of her pieces.
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Post  Ev on Sun 9 Nov - 7:51

An amazing piece of Robyn Stewart artwork has been listed on TradeMe ..... just love it !!
http://www.trademe.co.nz/Browse/Listing.aspx?id=804126443
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Post  Kat & Co. on Thu 13 Nov - 9:51

Its so beautifully detailed & in black Cool drunken
..I have a little brown version with a different mark  cat

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Post  Ev on Thu 13 Nov - 9:55

The one listed with the taniwha should go into a Museum it is so beautiful.  
Oh yours is a sweetie and how odd to use the air hole to put her R mark.
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