Thursday, December 18, 2008

Beth's mosaic guitars


I often think the whole world is super creative at some point and time. These guitars are done by my buddy (many many years now) Beth. We were comrads in mischief when we worked at the dental school. The things we got into when the students were off. She has had these guitars on display locally at a gallery near her home. I have only seen her mosaics by emails since I haven't seen Beth since one of the art shows I happened to be in. Time sure flies! Beth you have always had the best smile,I can see it now granny. Great Work Beth!

10 comments:

Marilyn Rock said...

These mosaic guitars are awesome!

mcdc3s said...

Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Years to you and yours. I've missed reading your blog. ~mcdc3s/Maralena

vintage moon studio said...

Wishing you a peaceful, happy and healthy New Year filled with boundless creativity! Deb

trish said...

love these!! hope you had a great Christmas!!

Dorian said...

Love them. Very good work.

dianeclancy said...

Great guitars, Joy!!

I tagged you over at my blog if you want to go check it out ...

http://www.dianeclancy.com/blog/2008/12/i-have-been-tagged-by-3/

~ Diane Clancy
www.DianeClancy.com/blog
www.DianeClancy.etsy.com

Abby Creek Art said...

Oooh those are the coolest! That's the kind of guitar I would have...if I had a musical bone in my body.

Happy New Year, Miss Joy!

Kris Cahill said...

These are fantastic! Do they actually still work as musical instruments?

Anonymous said...

Most of them have the strings off
I have one that I made, just did the font, left the strings on... I doubt if they sound the same after being tiled,,, can't check it myself, as I am hearing impaired. I also do mandolins, violins, etc. Glad your enjoying my work, I just love to tile.
Beth
Joy, thanks for your kind words and appreciation of my work, I sure do love yours.
Beth

Anonymous said...

Hi Beth!
I have fallen in love with your guitars! I do a bit of mosaic myself, so i would like to attempt an old guitar but i'm not sure what kind of glue to use. Can you pls advise me?
Regards
tessa