Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Blue hill


Pastel. This is a repost of the pic, but it's still a bit blurry-looking on the screen.




Little newcomer sandwich.



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9 comments:

Patrice said...

Awww....

And love the Blue Hill - so very Milton Avery... and I love Avery.

bonnieluria said...

Jala- left a long comment on your previous post but wordpress ate it and wouldn't spit it back out.
Argghhhh!

So to re-create the essence, well, wait a minute, I keep looking at these three snuggled animals and can't think of a damned useful thing to say.

The serenity of these souls seems a reflection of the spirit in the house.
They're lucky and so are you and " The Husband."

What a magical moment to have captured and that little newcomer ( who will have a name soon, right ?) has surely never felt so loved.

Nice graphic treatment in the pastel too.

Samartdog said...

I'm with Patrice... awww...

Cathyann said...

Yes, Avery...I agree...
and the animal photo refelcts the the mass and curves in the painitng! Clever.
Sorry we couldn't meet.....this time..maybe next year.
best

Sheila Vaughan said...

Love that fantastic blue hill. Brilliant! Love the animals too.

Gwen Bell said...

This one jumped right out at me. Couldn't wait to open it to the larger version to get a good look. That gorgeous blue next to the orange has so much great energy!

diddamsdigitalart said...

Beautiful pastel! And the animals... what a sweet scene. Now how many kitties is this? Is Lynx soon to loose his most favored new-kitten status?

Jala Pfaff said...

Hi everyone! I like being compared to Milton Avery! I love the little smile on Rumi's face here. Who wouldn't be smiling in the midst of all that furry warmth and love?
Donald, we now have five cats (that's not counting Jellyroll, who unfortunately has not returned). And I'd have to say that Lynx's cuteness still rules. Though Lynx looks more like an adult cat already than a kitten, so it IS fun to be playing with tiny kitten feet again!

Jala Pfaff said...

Cathyann - Not a problem. I'll look forward to next year.