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´THE RAVEN´- hommage à E.A.Poe


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Agreed, Matthew, I for one can't stop looking at it! (Don't know how many of my friends I've shown it to today) Gerhard, you've given us all something to aspire to...beautiful!

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Holy crap. That is an amazing piece, Gerhard!

 

Very gripping. It absolutely captures the pathos you were looking for, in my opinion. I studied Poe's work and I think you've captured the dark, stark, twisted, yet beautiful flavor of that particular poem.

 

And, what a very nice touch the feather is!

 

This is the kind of piece with layers of meaning and subtlety that makes it a joy to own. Something you can examine a thousand times and then on the 1,001th examination, notice a new layer of meaning.

 

This is an inspiring and humbling piece for me to view. Thank you for sharing it.

 

Dave

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thank you, guys, for such an echo-

it´s overwhelming to me!

 

and:

even if I said:´nevermore such a work...!´ after finishing this piece,

this echo makes me think: ´may be..?´

 

gerhard

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ceterum censeo ferrum esse cudendum!

gerhard a.d. 2007

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stunning! I can say no more!

Fred

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A bad day forging... is still better than pretty much anything else

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I missed this for a couple of days. Wow... I always like your work. This is seriously the most complete to date.

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Holy whaaat? How did I miss this awsome piece of art............

 

Great Work is all I can say.... The other guys said it all a great package!!!

 

Martin

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I give You a cookie! Honestly! Yay!


P.S. Thanx for the inspiration, I am going to put myself a design along my favorite bird.

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Swallow skims over water

White snake spits its tongue

Four winds meet in valley

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Bravo sir, I love that knife. What an imaginative success, it can't have been easy. I find it overall a haunting work.

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