A harp made out of a piece of live wood. It's grain is vivid and colorful. It has a blockish exterior shape and a natural-appearing cavity in the center. Across that cavity lies 18 strings. On the left side of the piece is a section of the bark. It still maintains all of the moss and everything from when the tree was first cut down.
A close up of the strings and bridge of the harp.
A close up of the wood grain on the back of the harp, specifically where the bark connects to the rest of the piece.
A close up of the bark. It shows all the moss, dirt, and everything that was preserved when removed from the tree