Keys to the City Pianos

In addition to our showroom pianos, we also feature a selection of beautiful custom-painted Keys to the City pianos. Purchase yours today for the unbelievable price of $200!


The whimsical "Chicken Piano," a Vose & Sons Console designed and painted by artists Kelly Keigwin and Sam Mackenzie, was a part of Keys to the City since the program launched in 2012. The piano made the rounds of Clark County with placements at Turtle Place, Mill Creek Pub, Clark County Fair, Fort Vancouver Regional Library, and the Humane Society of SW Washington. 


Another Natalie Andrzejeski creation, "Lady with Hair", a 1912 Mellostrelle upright, was featured through Keys to the City at such prominent locations as the Riverview Tower, Java House courtyard, and Clark County Fair.


Anni Becker Furniss designed and painted this Whitney spinet which features a fun-filled design depicting birds and their homes.  


This 1948 Gulbransen studio showcases various historical landmarks in our community.


The 1973 Winter Spinet with matching bench features a beautiful green, gold, and teal motif.  


This 1962 Hamilton Studio was painted with love and enthusiasm by children ranging in age from six months to five years. 


Bring the zoo home with you! This delightful piano features both a safari and underwater theme.


This beautiful piano is a 1929 Hamilton studio.


The longer you look, the more details and beauty you find in the design of this Gulbransen studio.