Sunday, November 8, 2009

Chefchaouen 5

The next in the Chefchaouen series... I'm having a great time but rapidly using up all my blue pastels. :)



In today's Yoga With Rumi class, we'll be starting with some twists...


Then we'll move into backbends...


And of course, we'll finish up with Savasana, Corpse Pose.




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9 comments:

JoBlue said...

man, i love these! so gorgeous. rumi's pretty darn cute too.

SamArtDog said...

I think #5 is my favorite.

Patrice said...

Another beautiful pastel - and fabulous pose-by-pose yoga instruction... from an obvious master.

Kelley Carey MacDonald said...

LOVE the pastel! OK, you need to buy more blues, it's worth it! And I love the corpse pose....

Tracy said...

Beautiful work, Jala, and I am in love with Rumi. Impressive yoga technique;)

Sheila Vaughan said...

Love this series Jsla - they feel so sculptural as well as having such glorious colours. Number 4 feels like a narrow street and coming round the corner we see a small yellow house. Funnily enough too the blue means heat to me in these paintings.

Jala Pfaff said...

Hi JoBlue, and thanks for your visit!

Hi Sam, you have a lot of company in that opinion. Thanks.

Hi Patrice, thanks. Rumi is a born yogi.

Hi Kelley, Okay, I'll buy more pastels. Thanks for giving me the permission, now I can blame it on you when the credit card bill comes. :)

Hi Tracy, thank you! Rumi loves to be loved.

Hi Sheila - How cool (ha ha) that the blue seems hot to you. Especially to me, number 4 feels hot, too. Interesting. I'm so pleased you like these.

loriann said...

Jala, The blue on orange has a nice vibration. What do you think of the pastel mat?
Love Rumi's yoga class.

Jala Pfaff said...

Hi Loriann, I've decided I like the PastelMat for that type of painting.