Jenie Yolland Glass Artist

Summer exhibition in Melbourne – exciting!

The upgrade of the exhibition space at Appleton Street Studios in Richmond offered a wonderful opportunity to showcase my latest work, and a few old favourites.

Over two nights, myself and jewellery artist Meredith Hoult invited a bunch of friends and art lovers to the new gallery-cum-cafe space which was positively bursting at the seams with lovely glass, sensational silver jewellery, and even some handmade jewellery using my glass!

We called the exhibition Duet!

duets flyer

I just thought I’d post a few photos of the work on display for your delight and delectation.

Cool blues are always popular

Cool blues are always popular

The freshness of green - and one of the new "sculptural" pieces

The freshness of green – and one of the new “sculptural” pieces

Yellows and oranges are always so cheerful and summery

Yellows and oranges are always so cheerful and summery

The "Gaudi woven" - the best looking fruit bowl in captivity, and practical too

The “Gaudi woven” – the best looking fruit bowl in captivity, and practical too

Such a great exhibition space - bright, light and welcoming

Such a great exhibition space – bright, light and welcoming

Life's colours ...

Life’s colours …

... which is one of the pieces my students can make on my new course which is proving so popular. And, er, "moi", by the poster advertising the courses!

… which is one of the pieces my students can make on my new course which is proving so popular. And, er, “moi”, by the poster advertising the courses!

Both artists very happy with the way things have worked out, with famous Melbourne artist Jeff Martin who manages Appleton Street Studios and who has "created" the new gallery space in double-quick time! Thanks, Jeff!

Both artists very happy with the way things have worked out, with famous Melbourne artist Jeff Martin who manages Appleton Street Studios and who has “created” the new gallery space in double-quick time! Thanks, Jeff!

And a big thanks to our lovely daughter Coby who helped set up - and an honourable mention to hubby who handled the catering.

And a big thanks to our lovely daughter Coby who helped set up – and an honourable mention to hubby who handled the catering.

So happy summer, everyone, happy glass making, appreciation and buying!

So happy summer, everyone, happy glass making, appreciation and buying!

Now ... tea time and a relax!

Now … tea time and a relax!

More exhibitions coming up over summer and into autumn – watch this space – and a big thank you to all customers, followers, fans and fellow glassies.

 

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3 thoughts on “Summer exhibition in Melbourne – exciting!

  1. Pingback: Summer exhibition in Melbourne – exciting! | Well, This Is What I Think

  2. great to see the variety of your pieces and the way you display them

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  3. it was a fabulous night and it all looked amazing!!!..well done!!

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