Guitar Art: Assemblage Art Using Guitars or the Shape of Guitars

As an assemblage artist, Andy has gained a lot of recognition for his guitar art. He likes the shape of guitars and has fun working with them. When one isn't readily available, he's used various other materials to create the illusion of guitars. Below is a small sampling of his guitar art. 


Behind Door #1 | 30x52 inches | door, suitcase, silverware, beach chairs, piano parts, etc.


Cellitar | 31x59 inches | acrylic, wood, cello parts, trombone parts, trumpet parts, piano parts, clock, sheet music, vinyl record, ruler, etc.


Count Every Star | 39x47 inches | acrylic, wood, shutters, wine crate, metal, etc.


Daily Grind | 30x53 inches | wood, metal, piano keys, antique coffee grinder, etc.


Every Little Thing | 35x59 inches | acrylic, wood, guitar parts, records, license plates, spoons, etc.


Every Little Thing Gonna Be Alright 2 | 35x56 inches | acrylic, wood, suitcase, fishing reel parts, piano parts, etc.


Free Little Birds | 18x61 inches | acrylic, wood, functional light, metal, rake, paper, records, etc.


Hump Day Funk | 24x42 inches | vintage table, metal, piano keys, wire, records, license plates, etc.


Mixed Emotions | 36x48 inches | acrylic, wood, telephone parts, sheet music, piano parts, paddle, etc.


One Man Band 2 | 36x49 inches | acrylic, wood, guitar parts, trumpet, piano parts, metal, etc. 


The Clock is Tickin' | 26x57 inches | acrylic, wood, metal, tin, piano parts, clock, mailbox, cookie sheet, shovel parts, etc.


The Heart of the Matter | 33x46 inches | acrylic, wood, cabinet doors, egg scrambler, record, coffee grinder parts, cow bell, flute, etc.