Thursday, October 3, 2013


Salvaged roadside guitars were measured, traced, cross-sectioned and chopped.
A friend gutted her dead piano and I was gifted with a huge bag of piano hammers.  Vintage furniture limbs and sundry household implements made the cut for repurposing in these sculptural assemblages.  These high-flying, stringless instruments are available for anyone to play.  Exhibiting now at Sudbury School of Music.

Guitano II: Running at The Mouth, by Cathleen Bradley

I don't type very well so ...

Louie Armstong is scattin' in the center

Guitano 1: Play Me Another, by Cathleen Bradley

Game on!

Stay tuned for more riffs.
Doggy gets into the act, too. (photo by Paige)

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