I take a violin or guitar that’s sand-papered, worn-out, or simply unable to produce sound and I turn them into art mediums for my thoughts and painting ideas. Starry skies, whales, waves, or simply abstract, I use tester emulsion paint pots for the main color and acrylics and watercolors for the finer details and imagery of the beautiful paintings.
Each musical instrument piece takes me roughly 2-3 days to complete, 1 tub of ice cream for support, and an old pair of trousers to wipe the paintbrush on.
While the violin I created is virtually impossible to play, both classical guitars and their sounds have been unaltered in the process and with some good strings and tuning, are completely playable, unique artworks.
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Classical Guitar (Playable – Needs Strings)
Exam Piece – Violin
Small Classical Guitar (Playable)
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