Artist Statement: I see my piano artwork connecting to the community because it is bright, and will be filled with fantasy. I want the shapes and the objects to look like things we think we know, but we are not sure. To make you come up to these bright colors because you have to touch it. Personally, I would love to teach wherever the piano is. Whether it is through an art class, talking to a school, creating a lesson. Being a teacher is my gift and my passion and I would happily share a step further in that direction in whatever community the piano would be in with open arms.
  • 2019

Infinite Imagination


Alexandra Turchinsky

My name is Alexandra Turchinsky. I was raised in Queens and have always felt like the city belonged to me. I guess we all do in a way; that is the beauty of New York. I am a kindergarten teacher-I find this important to share because the way I define myself as an educator is part of why I wanted to create this piano. What I see with my students through the power of music is the ability to make the world beautiful and exciting. I am a creator, a storyteller, and a community builder, and I have decided to practice my artistry through education and collaboration.

Public Location

Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum (June 3 - 23, 2019)

Permanent Home

Bronx Delta School (Delivered Fall 2019)

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