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Seth Remsnyder Finds Solace in Painting After His Son was Stillborn

 - Nov 24, 2014
References: sethremsnyder & design-milk
There are many ways in which people deal with loss and in the case of one man, losing himself in a series of grief art was his way of coping with the death of his son, who was stillborn back in April. Although it is hard to even imagine what he and his family have gone through since, his grief art shows a glimmer of hope that there might by solace after all the pain.

Full of bright colors and chaotic lines, the grief art collection is a riot of emotions. In regards to how his paintings will be received, Seth says, "As far as viewers are concerned my desire is that they get lost in the canvas, that they find each piece to be a place to set down their baggage if you will."