Saturday, June 27, 2009

Fruit and feline



Three cherries in oil...and a backlit kitten. His name is Lynx, but he mostly goes by Lynxmuffin.


More art on my website: jalapfaff.com

7 comments:

Brian McGurgan said...

Beautifully painted cherries, Jala, and Lynx is really cute, too.

Cathyann said...

Jala, beautiful cherry study! ours are ripe and ready here in Va. Lynxmuffin is precious and this photo should become a painting.
guess the weather is better now?

Fernando Pena said...

Hola Jala,
tuve la fortuna de encontrar tu blog, totalmente disfrutable y tus abstractos me parecen muy buenos. Si bien yo pinto acuarelas, tus oleos me atraen muchísimo, asi que desde ya sigo tu blog
saludos
Fernando

stephen e. brown said...

love the cherries. i'm guessing you use artificial lights for your still life? i do as well because you get stronger shadows and it's more stable. have you ever tried those daylight simulation bulbs?

rahina qh said...

cherries are excellent. i love the background colour in the highlights too, it just makes the whole painting so balanced. r.

L.Holm said...

What beautiful light on both cherries and lynx.
Love these!

Jala Pfaff said...

Brian - Thanks!

Cathyann - The weather finally normalized. I like your new pic! You can paint him if you like...

Fernando - Muchas gracias. He visitado tu sitio tambie'n y he puesto tu enlace en mi blog. !Hasta pronto!

Hi Stephen - I use artificial light for two reasons: my studio has windows and skylights all over the place, so I can't achieve a north-light-only situation. The other reason is that I am a night owl and usually prefer to paint late at night. I do use the daylight-simulation bulbs.

Rahina - Thanks for noticing!

Thank you, Liz.