Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Night moon

Pastel on Sennelier LaCarte, approx. 4" x 9".

Been a while since I did a moon. This is called "Night Moon"--redundant title? Not really, because the last couple of moons I did were Day Moons. Oh, and there was a Solstice Eclipse one too.

I love the special bond between Rumi and Gadjo. From the moment they met, they were two peas in a pod. And they still are.


In India, at the weaving cooperative.

Don't forget, these next two weekends are Open Studios here in Boulder. Come visit me if you're in town. I'm Studio #92 this year.

This Friday night is the reception at the Boulder Public Library, 6 -8 pm--see one piece from each of the 129 participating artists.

More art on my website: jalapfaff.com


suzanneberry said...

simply elegant and beautiful jala!

Candace X. Moore said...

Love this moon and the long vertical of the picture plane, Jala. How high the moon. Nice.

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Lisa Le Quelenec said...

You can say so much with so little.... It feel like a meditation and is a very comforting image for me. So soft.