Here is the latest installment in my Color of Music Guitar series titled: Hallelujah!
I called it Hallelujah because it reminds me of those beautiful imperfect Stained Glass windows you find in the old churches.
Also every time I look at it I can almost hear “Hallelujah” being played on it.
I absolutely love how vibrant this piece is and it’s unique among the other pieces in the series for two reasons
1-This is the smallest guitar I’ve worked on as it’s a child sized acoustic guitar (nice & light as a wall mounted Art piece)
2-It’s the only one in the series that wasn’t a commission. Meaning, it’s looking for a musician or art lover to take it home.
I’ve listed it in my Esty Store if anyone is interested in purchasing it 🙂
Signed, sealed and delivered to it’s new home in Moncton, New Brunswick.
This was an awesome piece to work on.
The couple who commissioned it, also own an acoustic guitar I did several years ago
and were looking for something in a similar abstracted, splash style to compliment it for their music/stereo room.
So asides from those parameters I was given free reign on the project which is always nice 🙂
I knew the “she” out of the couple liked teal so I included that in my color choices and went for a 80’s galaxy rock type of feel.
Here’s how it turned out.
These mail really easily and come in two pieces if anyone else is interested in commissioning one I have them on sale until the end of August.
Check em out here.
They make awesome statement wall pieces, great for music/art lovers.
This is a piece I did back in 2005.
It’s an old guitar I got as a Christmas present one year when I was feeling especially ambitious.
I thought it would be a good idea to discover my hidden musical talents.
However, once I realized I couldn’t just pick it up and play I decided musical talents were overrated.
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