Monday, June 7, 2010

Front Range 2

Rumi, atop the lamp, admires one of The Husband's paintings. (The Husband paints, too--mostly acrylic; occasionally encaustic.)

In Jaipur.

More art on my website:


susan hong-sammons said...

Good Morning Jala, love the minimalistic quality and restfullness about this recent mini.

Tina Steele Lindsey said...

The husband's work is fab, too!

SamArtDog said...

This isn't your first "front range", is it? I think I really liked the other, too. More!

Anonymous said...

Nice warmth and gentle colors. I love the photos from India, too. The tropical decay and slightly run-down look is like a painting with many layers and brushstrokes that the elements have created, yet clearly showing the hand of man.

suzanneberry said...

now its working. i sent you an email but it's worth repeating. Stunning as always and much praise for the hubs work as well.

Jala Pfaff said...

Hi Susan, thank you. I do love the serenity of minimalism. It does have that restful quality.

Hi Tina, I think he's a great artist...I'll pass on your compliments.

Hi Sam, did you mean that literally or was it a riff on "This ain't mah first rodeo"?

Hi Donald - I agree about that look of "tropical decay" being attractive...I like to look at it but don't care to live in that climate. :)

Hi Suzanne - Thanks for your persistence! Will pass along to The Husband as well.

Diane Hoeptner (hep-ner) said...

Ooh, I just love that saturated orange streak, very nice.