To examine a musical instrument; the craftsmanship of how it was engineered, built, plays, looks and feels, is in itself, witnessing a work of art. Art that is built to produce and create a musical form of art, intended to, in one shape or form, touch others. Should that stop just because it is no longer playable? The Revival Series answers that very question. Being a musician himself, Gregory A. Bardasian’s love of music and adoration of instrumentation, and its history, is the driving force that not only aims to breathe new life into old and no longer playable or damaged, or discarded, instruments allowing them to live on in a unique collection of art. Carefully dissecting pianos that are over one hundred years old, in some cases, and using nothing but their parts to create custom framing, canvas, wall hangings, sculptures, and home decor, he is finding a new way for the instruments that touched so many lives, to continue to do so, and allowing many art and music lovers to witness a whole new way to look at art, music, expression and creation.
By Gregory A. Bardasian
For I am convinced that neither death nor life,
neither angels nor demons, neither the present nor the future, nor any powers,neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord.
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