Jenie Yolland Glass Artist

“Tight Lines” we said to one another as we headed out on Port Phillip Bay

I love fishing – like anyone, sometimes I’m successful and sometimes I’m not.  12 12 12 like a millpondI was given a day out in the bay fishing for snapper – it was a part of my Christmas present.  (What a great present!)

Tight Lines by Jenie Yolland

So on a perfect dawn we headed off into Port Phillip Bay and hopefully to catch some snapper.  Serene fishingWe put out lines into the water and said to one another “TIGHT LINES!” – that’s exactly what we were after – TIGHT LINES!

Tight Lines by Jenie Yolland…and so we waited and waited and after moving about five times to find the perfect spot, we started reeling in the snapper, Tight Lines by Jenie Yollanduntil we reached the legal limit. My fishand a new design was born….tight lines taut against the weight of a fish as we pull them all on deck. Tight Lines by Jenie YollandThe center feature consists of lots of little lines in different blue and turquoise tones…like all fishing lines they are a variety of strengths, thickness and gauge.

Tight Lines by Jenie YollandOn the outside of this story we have opaque turquoise art glass.

Day off Xmas Present 12 12 12Like all my designs within a story – they come in lots of different sizes and shapes, the ones you see here are 30cm x 30cms which is 8inches by 8inches.

Tight Lines by Jenie YollandLet me know what you think of Tight Lines and the conception of the idea. Thank you for reading my blog  🙂

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2 thoughts on ““Tight Lines” we said to one another as we headed out on Port Phillip Bay

  1. Gilli Bramley on said:

    I like the way you translate your experience into art,and am keen to see what your Vietnam travels inspire….

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