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 🙂
Well I started the Electric Guitar commission order from my Etsy site and it’s seems to be getting an 80’s Galaxy feel.
It’s not complete yet but I thought I would share a sneak peek.
I still have to re-assemble it and paint the front plate and put all the shiny silver hardware back on.
Speaking of silver, I plan on adding some silver flecks through out to give it a bit of glint.
Splash paint guitars are fun to paint and guaranteed unique though I have done other styles in the past like these two pieces.
These are also commission able and I currently have 2 electric guitars, 1 acoustic and 1 miniature guitar in stock just waiting for someone to commission them.
Commission one here:
Also apparently the decision as to who will do the City Hall Public Art project has been moved to Tuesday so there’s still hope 🙂