Friday, May 28, 2010

Two trees


A mini...only 4" x 4". The color of this is actually more of a blue-violet. I like to think of this as the love child of Mark Leach and Loriann Signori (ha ha).




Whenever Rumi gets intrigued by something, he lifts up one paw and stays like that. It's (of course) incredibly cute.



In Munnar, the tea plantations.


More art on my website: jalapfaff.com

6 comments:

loriann said...

ha ha.......I never know what i will find when I visit your blog!
p.s.thanks for introducing me to Mark's work.

SamArtDog said...

Anyone noticed how Jala's blog is birthing love childs left and right? And from such unique pairings!

Jala Pfaff said...

Ha, Loriann, knew that would be funny when you came by. :)
You didn't know Mark Leach? What a shame! Glad you do now. Not your style but an amazing style, though, no?

Hi Sam - At least you didn't say *I*'m giving birth to them! Whew!

Cathyann said...

Hi Jala. ....been a while...sorry..
Thanks for coming over to visit again...
Your images are becoming more spare and lovely, as are your photographs.. in this cat and the plantation landscape. Went over to Leach's site...what a loss to find out he is gone. But his work...wow...moreso,his manifesto struck a chord with me. Thanks for pointing him out.
Also, thanks for the Morandi compliment!

diddamsdigitalart said...

Lovely little jewel. Of course, I'm a sucker for those blues! Your pictures from India continue to inspire!

Brian McGurgan said...

Beautiful work, Jala, and I laughed over the "love child" reference!