Volunteer Piano Artist for Sing for Hope, a non-profit that “transforms lives by bringing art to those who need it.” Artist-designed Pianos are placed in public spaces and parks for anyone and everyone to play. After three weeks on the streets, they are brought to public schools throughout the five boroughs.
"My Piano is a visual exploration of the two "sides" of the brain: The Left Brain, and the Right brain. The different sides of the brain serves as a metaphor for the ways people view the world differently. Some people are more logical, while others are more expressive. It is beautiful how everybody navigates the world differently; this piano is a celebration of the incredible human brain! It can also serve as a conversation piece for piano viewers: Which side of the brain are you most like? How do YOU see the world? While the two sides appear to be very different, they are ultimately connected in one piece, indicating our collective unity despite differences."
It was placed at the Unisphere in Corona Park in Queens, before its permanent home at an elementary school. Photo 1, 8, 9 by Fabio Tedde.
Acyrlic Paint, Paper Mache, Children's Drawings, Fabric, Mixed Media on Piano