Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Untitled 113

Pastel on PastelMat, approx. 3.5" x 5.5".

Needing some vivid color on yet another gray, rainy day here.


And now one from the archives. Baby Lynx and Miss Lemon, napping on the top of the couch.


In Bihar, India.

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diddamsdigitalart said...

Is that little bit of bright pink/fuschia the promise that the rain will end? Beautiful colors again!

Karen Bruson said...

It's rainy here, too. Great color.

Jala Pfaff said...

Donald - Let us hope so! Thanks.

Karen - Seems to be raining all over the U.S. Thank you.

Bonnie Luria said...

Love the color play of this one Jala- so brooding and mysterious.
So tell me- how many days a week does your cat trainer come to the house to work with your kitties? Three, six? And was Lynxie ever that small! Question about your India photos- are they shot with a telephoto lens? Your ( or the husbands ) pictures seem to capture people unaware of your presence which would be hard to do from close up.
Great pictures, all of them.

Janelle Goodwin said...

Beautiful color on a rainy day. And I think you cats lead a very charmed life:)

Caroline said...

Hi Jala the splash of pink creates some tension in your moody painting.

Jala Pfaff said...

Bonnie - Thanks. Our cat trainer comes every day. You may know her, even--a petite natural blonde, her name is Miss Lemon. I don't know what kind of lens is on the camera. It has a good zoom, though. I've often thought of what truly amazing pics I could get if I had one of those cameras where it looks like you're focusing on something else, while you're actually taking an amazing shot of someone.

Janelle, thank you and they do!

Hi Caroline - Thanks. You're right. If you cover up that bit, then the whole thing would be just too "easy." Some tension is good.

jane minter said...

i love the richness of this jala .. can see all the colours in your incredible photos .