|30 Nov 2004|| Heidi Azurylipfe Darras|
It surprised my that this one isn't commented yet
this is awesome, i just love this one. Don't find it creepy at all
just romantic and with a message
now i would say that the message is ' first moments in young love, people are blind for the negative things in the other his (or her) character
keep up the great work
warm greetings Assaf Shtilman
replies: "Thanks a lot. I really like this one, and it's nice to see that oters do too. That's a great message you wrote there. "
|29 Dec 2004|| Erik Schophuizen|
I totally agree with the message from the comment before me, but I have an other message with this picture. I think this means love doesn't only has to be on the outside, but the inside of people really count. That's why they can't see each other, love goes deeper than the surface of the human body.
(does this make sense?)
greetz Assaf Shtilman
replies: "I like this message too. Anyway, it's a compliment on its own that my painting makes people think. Thanks for the comment!"
|6 Jan 2005|| Jess Hyslop|
Wow! Really amazing! I could never paint like that, it's just sooo good! One thing though... no offense, but how is this on Elfwood? I'm surprised the moderators let it through. Assaf Shtilman
replies: "It's a "reproduction" of a famous Surrealistic work. "Surrealistic" means based on fantasy and dream imagery. It's perfectly in place, trust me. All of Magritt's work (almost) would be in place in Elfwood. You should look some up, there beautiful and very inspiring. And thanks for the comment!"
|20 Jan 2005|| Jennifer C Singleton|
So wonderfully painted! Wow! I don't find it creepy at all, more on the dark side of beautiful. Congratulations on this piece - it's amazing. You are truly so gifted. Assaf Shtilman
replies: "Third comment! cool. Thanks for taking tour time and for commenting. BTW: my brother and his wife moved to a new place, and now the picture is back on the wall. "
|31 Jan 2005|| Hadar Raizman|
I simply love it... That`s all I can say
Israel rules! Assaf Shtilman
replies: "indeed it does . Thanks for the great comment!"
|12 Dec 2005|| Anne 'Lucinda' Roussard|
Ah yes, Magritte, isn't it?
The clothed faces *are* creepy, and they're supposed to... I've been told in artclass that the painter did those clothed faces a lot because his mother had drowned, and they found her with her dress all wrapped around her face like that. Kinda icky when you think of it oO
Anyway, very nicely done, I like the folds a lot =) Assaf Shtilman
replies: "Yes, I heard this too. Still, my brother picked it from the art book (I let him pick any drawing he wanted) and maybe this says something. I like the folds too."
|17 Mar 2007|| Shelz Keast|
It makes me think of a 60's or 70's horror flick. Is that a coincidence? Anyway creepy cool! Assaf Shtilman
replies: "I'm not sure I ever seen the movie/s you were referencing to, but thanks for the comment all the same. This is actually my brother's request - He picked this painting from an art book I had in my room, and I just copied it the best I could."
|12 Oct 2007|| Robin Butler|
I've always been a fan of Magritte's work. You do him justice - it's a pity that your brother's wife will not let such work hang in its rightful place on the wall. Assaf Shtilman
replies: "Thanks for the kind comment. I like this painting too."
|12 Jun 2009|| Yoni Danziger|
A remarkable piece man, well done!