Christopher Payne And Two Other Artists Who Combine Music And Art

Marc Potter

Marc Potter

Christopher Payne

Christopher Payne

Jean-Pierre Gauthier

Jean-Pierre Gauthier

Photographer Christopher Payne captures what goes on at One Steinway Place, the factory where people transform raw, messy materials into Steinway pianos, some of the finest musical instruments in the world.  The level of craftsmanship is impressive and Payne’s photographs portray the quality of work while exuding a deep level of respect.  As Payne said of the project, “the opportunity to look deep inside it [the factory] revealed to me one of the supreme and most discerning accomplishments of the human hand and imagination.”

Marc Potter creates his “Rainy Day Instruments” by incorporating parts from retired musical instruments with vintage and antique objects.  Each piece is an unusual, unique new instrument with a distinct sound.

Jean-Pierre Gauthier considers himself an artist, inventor and musician.  Each of these traits goes into his kinetic sculptures and installations.    Using a variety of materials, electronics and other repurposed odds and ends, Gauthier transforms everyday objects into sculptures that move, make noise and seem to have a life of their own.

Christopher Payne

Christopher Payne

Christopher Payne

Christopher Payne

Jean-Pierre Gauthier

Jean-Pierre Gauthier

Jean-Pierre Gauthier

Jean-Pierre Gauthier

Marc Potter

Marc Potter

Marc Potter

Marc Potter

Marc Potter

Marc Potter

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