Breath

Andreas Thust

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Cologne, No - Germany

Hi Cathy! Thank you for your kind interest in my work. I'll send you a private message telling you how I did this and many other things, o.k.? - Best wishes, Andreas :)

Auburn, WA - United States

I like that I am sitting here thinking....how did he do this?

Cologne, No - Germany

Wendy, your nice comment is a real joy for me! Thanks so much for your kind appreciation! - Andreas

San Antonio, TX - United States

Andreas, as always, your image leaves me smiling. What an intriguing mind-bender! Beautifully done, my friend! :-)

Cologne, No - Germany

Thank you Xueling! It is such a big pleasure and honor for me to read your lovely comment here! Greetings from Andreas

Bay Area, CA - United States

Fantastic work, Andreas! I really love the way how you interpreted it! Stunning color contrast with your incredible imagination! Bravo!!

Cologne, No - Germany

Thanks Vitaliy for the feature of "Breath" in the wonderful group "The European artists- 2013". I appreciate it a lot! - Andreas

Cologne, No - Germany

Jane, this time it is me who is warmly smiling ... I always had the fear that my comments might be too "mediocre" compared to the extraordinary high level of your marvellous works. Moreover, I have only so few works compared to you, raising the fear in me that I could exploit your friendliness and force you to comment on something which indeed isn't too good ... Therefore a simple proposal: Let's be just normal! I forgive you already now in advance at least 5 total misinterpretations. They could never be as strong as the very valuable ones you have already made. Honestly! In the case it happens we will heartily laugh together! I hope you will in turn also forgive me at least 3 :))) Thank you so much for all your careful thoughts, Andreas

Glastonbury, So - United Kingdom

Thank you so much for your reply to my comment Andreas. Sometimes I worry about imposing an interpretation on your marvelous work that you did not want or intend! I think that sooner or later this might happen ! But I will risk it,as I love so much to interpret your art and tell you how I experience it, and I'm sure you will forgive me when I'm way off track !! Yes, we cannot "know" the answers in thought, but we can intuit and wonder and marvel and maybe occasionally glimpse the ineffable beyond words. Your images help me to do that. Your art is a true wonder every time. J.

Cologne, No - Germany

Jane, first let me thank you for your wonderful and encouraging words. I was initially in some doubt whether an image of this kind would fit here on FAA. Your wonderful and accepting reaction removed my doubts completely. As always, your interpretation fits so well, it seems that I have the vision first, and you find the appropriate words afterwards ... We two are a super team in some way! Concerning your questions: you raise THE eternal questions, which we as human beings (fortunately) cannot answer. But we can have some clues, experience the transcendency in an emotional way, play with these things in an artistic manner, and definitely extract strength and joy from them, instead of being frustrated about not finding definite answers. "These things" are real for me, as they have a real and positive effect on my life. When I watch your ingenious paintings, I am always assured that you have a very similar vision of those ultimate affairs. Thank you so much again for your valuable words, very best wishes, Andreas

Glastonbury, So - United Kingdom

Oh my! What an extraordinary imagination this comes from Andreas! This is such a wonderful and exciting artwork.Like we are made of stardust and to that we return.But what is "breath", consciousness.?.What is animating us? What is that red energy you have depicted? From where does it come and where does it go when it leaves the form? We think that as an individual we are at the centre of everything somehow.Your image reminds me of that as the chest cavity also looks like a king's crown. But we are so TINY,but animated by such a mysterious wealth. I cannot tell you how deeply affected I am by so many of your ingenius works. They take a long time to emerge,because so much goes into them They are so worth waiting for!!! v/f

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