Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Untitled 83

Pastel on Sennelier LaCarte, approx. 2.5" x 5.5.


Miss Lemon was recently employed in the task of determining whether there was any substance to the claim of the two-headed kitty:

It must be true. She looks surprised.


In India, at the dyers'.

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Sonya Johnson said...

The earthy neutrals are trying to contain the vibrating orange and turquoise in this piece. Neat.

I'm amazed at how cats can just pile on each other and sleep like that. No one suffocates or cares. It's a non-stop feline comedy show at your place, Jala ;).

SamArtDog said...

I like this stormy sunset!
p.s. I thought of you yesterday as the wind tried to tear the roof off.

Caroline said...

I love the theme of orange in your blog today including Miss Lemon! Beautiful painting Jala it is incredible to see how many different ideas you have for these beautiful wee paintings. A visual treat.

Double "D" said...

Well, I see things are still united and untitled.
Amazing brilliant colors. This is the best so far.

Randall David Tipton said...

Hey Jala, I tried to write you tonight, your email isn`t working; Delivery Failure, can`t find the domain name. Thought you should know. Randall

Ian Foster said...

I really like this wonderfully simple artwork.
Your cats are a hoot!

suzanneberry said...

i love everything!!!

Jala Pfaff said...

Sonya - Isn't it amazing how kitties can do that?!

Sam - Thanks, Sam. I'm surprised our roofs are still on.

Thank you, Caroline. They're not ideas, though...rather, each one just evolves into something as I mess with it. :)

DD - Thanks! Yep, still united.

Paul Coventry-Brown said...

I love all these pastels, such great sense of colour and spacial harmony.
What I find interesting about this one is that if you rotate it 90 degrees it is almost and abstract of the photo from India below it.

Paul Coventry-Brown said...

I also got a message the same as Randal that mail could not be delivered :-(