Thursday, February 14, 2008

Neighborhood, Part 2










19 comments:

Lana Gramlich said...

I love Mr. Borokhim's reaction to your appreciation for Bebe! <:O

Terry said...

Caroline, I just love these. I love all your stuff but the humor, beauty and richness of this set particularly delights me tonight.

Suzy said...

I love Mr. Borokhim looking put out. Doesn't he know that he will always be upstaged by cats, dogs, and small children?

Dr. Monkey Von Monkerstein said...

Cats, they're such attention whores sometimes.

Selma said...

The detail in the rugs is extraordinary, but who could resist the lovely Bebe? So good!

Ginnie said...

It's so much fun to picture you in your new neighborhood. It is so different than when you were on the East coast and sharing your days on "Potato Prints". Isn't life wonderful that we can make these changes?

Acadian Soul said...

I love your world. Its wonderful to see a one of a kind. Thank you for all that you share.

nina said...

I’ve left a thank you to you/for you at my site!

Endment said...

Great stuff!
keep it coming

Blueberry said...

Cats will always make themselves the most important and desirable thing in the room. It's their job.

Crayons said...

Blueberry and Suzy, that's exactly the thing about cats. I couldn't quite put it in words. Thanks.

Thank you to everyone else for writing. I love knowing how you perceive my drawings and stories.

T.R. said...

Your color and your narrative is so rich - - its unexplainable -- there is such an effervescent magic that comes from them. The rugs are stunning and the cat looks very evolved - definitely like a scene stealer. And the way you do windows and the peering into and out from them is amazing.

Durand said...

So much depth is conveyed in your everyday artistic observations of human behavior and life. I am so glad you are willing to share it with others.

Pam said...

Oh, I really loved this story and all the drawings that are with it. What beautiful work on the colorful rugs and you're drawing of Bebe is excellent!

Anonymous said...

Who wants to look at Albert and silly old rugs when you can kiss soft little Bebe who will love you back. Doesn't Albert know Bebe comes first and always will!

Susan said...

Who wants Kurdish wool when you can have cat hair? Wonderful drawings, delightful story! Poor Albert. :(

Friend Susan said...

Keep stealing the show, Bebe, and very soon Albert's little rug store will be re-named "Bebe's Oriental Rugs!"

Pau said...

Bebe is great,he is always outside in the parking lot of Borokhim's Oriental Rugs.

Joshua said...

Everyone can now view albert borokhim's beautiful rugs, some with bebe on them at his new gallery site found at http://www.persianbijar.com