Andrew’s Follow-up Birthday Blog – February 2017

 In Andrew's Blog

I’m delighted by the responses I’ve had so far, and want to thank you for talking to me.

I have been contacted by a few people who say that they don’t want to write about how they feel about the painting in an open forum, such as my website. I quite understand, and if you are among those who would rather not, please feel free to contact me directly and discreetly by send me an email. My email is: I will try to respond to every email.

So, I’m sending the image again as a reminder and if you care to give me a few minutes of your time tell me “How does it make you feel”?

Please remember I’m not asking for a criticism of the painting, nor am I asking for your assumption of what it is I’m trying to do. I don’t even want you to tell me whether you like it or hate it. Just, “How does it make you feel”? It may be that it doesn’t make you feel anything. That’s OK.

I’m genuinely looking forward to hearing from you. Thank you so much for taking the time to respond.


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  • Ezra Ben-Meir

    Andrew, Shalom!
    Just yeserday, I bought the regular weekly Friday Jerusalem Post, and with it, was a small extra, Design.
    I looked through it, and was amazed at the samples of furniture, walls, and oddments around the proposed rooms shown. My feelings about them, was a night of darkness with a smidgen of light.
    Living in Israel now for over 50 years, I enjoy the light and winds, and now, where we live, the views of the sea from the Salon, Kitchen and bedroom. Amazing.
    That are the similar feelings of your painting. The darkness, sadness?
    Unfortnately, my web site has been hacked, has been hacked, am waiting for a response. I will attempt to email you the pages separately. Best regards ezra

  • Andrew

    My computer got hacked so I’m answering on my iPad. Not easy and apologies for not getting back to you sooner. At the moment I can’t use the computer for admin on my website. It’s a bit of a pain.
    Thanks for responding. I guess some sadness is there. Bound to be as we see more behind us than in front.
    Keep well and happy Pessach.

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