Friday, November 6, 2009

Chefchaouen 4


Here's the other pastel from the other night, when I was thrilled to create something that actually felt like my memories of Chefchaouen.




Another use for the extra-long tail: Pretend it's a moustache.



7 comments:

http://www.onpainting.wordpress.com said...

I like it!

Patrice said...

I just adore your kitty pics. Beautiful texture...

And the mustache is good - I'd never have known it was a kitty cat. Kind of a Salvador Dali look, eh?

Sanjay Rajan said...

Fantastic series of blues! And moustache!

Jala Pfaff said...

Hi Bill, thanks, so do I. :)

Patrice, thank you. You're right! It's the ultimate Dali disguise!! :D

Thank you, Husband.

Kelley Carey MacDonald said...

Um, I think this is technically called a 'nose warmer'... He is too much!

Paul Coventry-Brown said...

Hi Jala,
Sorry that I have been a rather absent blogger :-(
I am not a fan of abstracts (probably because I am too dumb to understand them!) but your Chefchaouen series is wonderful. I especially like no.4, it just seems so balanced in colour and composition and I find it very compelling (for reasons I am too dumb to explain ;-)
Your daily paintings are, as ever, wonderful because your palette and colour sense sets you apart from so many of your fellows.

I never knew that you were the author of Seducing The Rabbi ............... now I'm doubly impressed :-)

Watch out for the yeti in that snow ;-)
Paul

Jala Pfaff said...

Hi Kelley - I think it's a big fake moustache, a bad disguise...

Hi Paul - Hey, we're all absentee bloggers most of the time. Me included. You just DID explain why you like it! See? You are good with abstract art!! :D
Yep, I'm an author too.
Cheers.