Friday, March 12, 2010

Jaipur 7


The evolution of abstract imagery fascinates me--how one can get visually from "reality" all the way through different phases of semi-abstract, and finally into pure abstraction. This one started like the previous "Jaipur palace wall" paintings, but it wanted to...keep going.



Rumi enjoys being held like this when he just wakes up, so he can get a good stretch. I think it's safe to say he's the weirdest cat I've ever known. I like the funky perspective in this photo.




Tea transport in Munnar.




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6 comments:

loriann said...

Hi Jala,
I like how Jaipur is morphing. And I love the "stretch-o-cat" photo. That cat is one of a kind!

Gwen Bell said...

Love this balance in this one with that beautiful clear cerulean window.

That is a very trusting cat you have there. So cute!

Patrice said...

Love the work - and yes, Rumi is strange enough to have his own blog...

suzanneberry said...

A visit to your blog is a feast for the senses! So much to look at. This is perfect, as always.

jane minter said...

jala love your art work ! ... i've really enjoyed looking at your jaipur series and seeing alittle of your inspiration from your travels ..thanks for visiting my blog

jane

Linny D. Vine said...

It's a visual adventure to wander here, Jala! There is something garter belt and stocking to this one for me - I love it!