Girl In The Bloodstained Coat

Seth Weaver

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Girl In The Bloodstained Coat Digital Art

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06/06/2013

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Bilbao, Vi - Spain

As Joseph Conrad said....."The horror..the horror". That image is the one in the film. Is terrible and beautiful at the same time. I cannot stand this historical reality. It is more than I can penetrate into the horror....een if it is just a narration of it. My imagination suffers with that. I am left stopping dead. The hell is and was not but in our minds and hearts....and will be, unless we will be able to evolutionate.Rosa

Seth Weaver replied:

When I started working on these 2 works about the Holocaust this scen touched me very deeply. The truth is horrible and may we never forget it or relive it. Thank you for the grand comment.

Nagpur, Ma - India

Congratulation on sale announcement and wonderful.

Seth Weaver replied:

Nandika it is so nice to meet you on FAA. Thank you for compliment and visit.

San Juan, Pu - Puerto Rico

Exceptionally done, beautiful and very emotional. Congratulation on your feature in Memories and Nostalgia!

Seth Weaver replied:

Thank you Sandra for featuring this work of mine.

Gary, IN - United States

Stunning...... powerful work of art.....- beautifully done! f/v

Seth Weaver replied:

Thank you Mihyoun for the compliment and visit.

Uptacamp, Maine - United States

Powerful social statement Seth!! Brilliant work my friend. V/F

Seth Weaver replied:

Thank you Bob for the compliment and visit.

Calgary, AB - Canada

Fabulous piece, what a great mood! F/V

Seth Weaver replied:

Thank you so much Evelina for your compliment and visit.

Warsaw - Poland

so many thoughts about it... Powerful work!! love the colours, mood... Fav/v

Seth Weaver replied:

Very appreciated Anna, thank you for your compliment and time!

Rishikesh, Ut - India

What is compullage ?I do not know,but your picture is so good and effective.

Seth Weaver replied:

Compullage™ is my version of a computer-blended image made up of 2-3 images. Thank you Anand for your compliment and visit.

Pueblo, CO - United States

Beautiful and haunting. Love the colors. Spectacular work! v/f

Seth Weaver replied:

Very much appreciated Lenore.

Zoetermeer - Netherlands

Fantastic piece and dedication.....!!!

Seth Weaver replied:

Michael it is so nice to meet you on FAA. I appreciate your compliment and visit.

Toronto, ON - Canada

Beautiful :)

Seth Weaver replied:

Thank you so much SMP!

Bucharest, Ro - Romania

Amazingly powerful and haunting image and such an outstanding homage to the little girl, Seth !!!!! Absolutely impressive work ! f,v

Seth Weaver replied:

Thank you dear Ana Maria for this awesome compliment.

Vilnius, LT - Lithuania

beautiful and original, great work!= Tautvydas :)

Seth Weaver replied:

Thank you Tautvydas for the compliment and visit.

Tucson, AZ - United States

hence the red coat....spielberg made sure we wouldn't get her out of our minds.....one is a conceivable number...millions are not.

Seth Weaver replied:

Thank you so much Marlene for your compliment and visit.

Baton Rouge, La - United States

Powerful image, Seth! v/f/CAT pick for MOUSE Group

Seth Weaver replied:

Thank you Elizabeth for the honor on the MOUSE group.

Bay Area, CA - United States

A fantastic collage you created! Wonderfully done, Seth!!

Seth Weaver replied:

Thank you Xueling for your compliment and visit.

Grand Forks, BC - Canada

Absolutely fabulous!! F/V

Seth Weaver replied:

Thank you very much Barbara for the compliment and visit.

Lakeland, FL - United States

What a tribute Seth, what I know of the holocaust is very haunting.. I saw a rail car preserved to travel the u.s. that carried a couple of hundred victims packed like animals to the death camps/. It's not something you can forget. nor should we.

Seth Weaver replied:

Thank you Sharon for your kind words on this tragic subject. The little girl haunts me to say something.

Tucson, AZ - United States

what amazing homage to that little girl...i just read something about her...how privileged she now feels as an adult to have been part of such a project!

Seth Weaver replied:

Thank you Marlene for your compliment and visit. I can't get her and the film out of my mind.

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