Guitar Art Piece Now Resides in Iconic Sound Emporium Recording Studio in Nashville

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Atlanta-based Guitar Art Studio announces that iconic Sound Emporium Recording Studio in Nashville is now the home of an exquisite Red Guitar located in their lobby.

Atlanta based Art Studio is proud to announce that Sound Emporium Recording Studios is now the home of an exquisite Guitar Art piece. A spectacular Red Guitar now occupies an entrance wall in the lobby of Sound Emporium located on Belmont Avenue in Nashville. Studio General Manager, Juanita Copeland and Grammy winning Chief Engineer, Matt Andrews, “both immediately fell in love with the Red Guitar as the coloration was perfect for their attractive lobby design”, explains Paul Heller, guitar artist. “Usually I custom design the guitars to be compatible with the existing color scheme and motif. In this situation however, the lobby coloration for the already constructed Red Guitar Art was ideal; everyone was so excited.”

Sound Emporium Studio’s Rich History
Sound Emporium Studios is Nashville’s oldest commercial recording facility being established in 1969. The incredible history of recordings include: Willie Nelson, Kenny Rogers, Johnny Cash, John Denver, Trisha Yearwood, Alan Jackson, Elvis Costello, REM, Kenny Chesney, Taylor Swift, Robert Plant & Alison Krauss, Don Williams , EmmyLou Harris, Will Hoge and many others. Soundtracks recorded include: Walk the Line, Cold Mountain and OBrother Where Art Thou. Juanita Copeland shares her perspective, “Sound Emporium boasts Nashville’s ‘best vibe’ for a studio and the Guitar Art piece provided just adds to that great ‘vibe’ as you walk in the door!”

Guitar Wall Art Enthusiastically Embraced By Nashville
Paul Heller, founder of and creative artist at, has combined stained glass and mosaic concepts to Guitar Art that is very unique and being enthusiastically received. During his first visit to Nashville in April, 2012 Paul showcased his Guitar Art to representatives at major recording studios, interior design/architecture firms, hotels, conference centers and major medical centers. Comments Paul received were fabulous echoing familiar words including: “fantastic, so unique, magnificent, you have found and untapped niche, wowwww”. The Country Music Hall of Fame head curator, Mick Buck, has recommended Paul’s work to the Exhibitor Committee for inclusion at the museum.

During May, 2012 Paul will be continuing to showcase his new Guitar Art by attending a major Songwriter Festival in Key West, Florida and visiting Austin, another live music haven and home to Austin City Limits. Additional information on this Exquisite Custom Guitar Art can be found by visiting

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