Thursday, August 13, 2009

The "Tangled up in Blue" Experiment, Part Eleven

Yes! Part Eleven, I say! It's an epic undertaking. I don't know why I didn't do something a little shorter, like say "Whip It." Anyway. . . I'm creating a piece of jewelry inspired by each and every line from Bob Dylan's song "Tangled up in Blue." As you can see, we have reached line eleven. It goes like this:

"Split up on the docks at night, both agreeing it was best."

I have to say this is my favorite piece yet. It has an anchor for the docks. It has a moon for the night. It has a puffy heart for being tangled up. And does it have blue? You bet your sweet Bobby Zimmerman it has blue! Bright and beautiful aqua blue crystals, as blue as the sea by the docks where we split up at night. I think this one is fab.

And so we keep on going!


  1. This is such a neat project. Love that song and love what you've come up with :) Oh blue, couldn't live without it.

  2. Thanks, Lost! I've certainly made some stuff that I otherwise would not have made, so that's cool. I'm not sure it makes for very compelling reading, though. . . :)