"Anna" — by designer: Maureen Long Design
West Linn, Oregon
Maureen Long Design
We rescue pianos and put them on the street for everybody to enjoy. We want to give pianists more opportunities to play for the public.
The earth has music for those who listen.
– George Santayana
The inspiration for my artwork on this beautiful piano comes from three of my favorite things - nature, art
During my career, I’ve created many designs for interpreting the world around us. Subjects have included flora, fauna, human history, geology and more. I’ve used my graphic design and illustration skills to create interactive exhibits for 25 nature and visitor centers and dozens of interpretive panels. With this in my past I couldn’t resist the temptation to add another participation aspect to the piano!
Nature’s Musicians are depicted on all sides of the piano and while melodies are played on the keyboard, onlookers can become detectives. Find the singers of the deep ocean, the serenader of the wetlands and the crooner of the waterfall. The Natural Musicians are native to the northwest and can be heard in many of our beautiful Portland and State of Oregon parks.
Thank you all for stopping, playing the piano and listening.
During my career, I’ve created many designs for interpreting the world around us. Subjects have included flora, fauna, human history, geology and more. I’ve used my graphic design and illustration skills to create interactive exhibits for 25 nature and visitor centers and dozens of interpretive panels.
Fedorova has given concerts in various halls across Europe, North America, and South America. She has won 14 international piano competitions, including First Prize at the International Rubinstein in Memoriam piano competition in Poland, in 2009.
She is currently a student of Norma Fisher at the Royal College of Music in London and additionally studies with Leonid Margarius at the Accademia Pianistica Incontri col Maestro in Imola, Italy."
West linn, Oregon
Eric & Hollie Lindauer
ABOUT PIANO! PUSH PLAY!
We rescue pianos, put them on the street for everyone to enjoy, and then give them to schools, community centers, artists, and others who will love them as much as we do.