"Steel Guitar" is the title of this large sculpture by Christopher Fennel, built in Memphis, Tenn., where Elvis Presley played his first concert. The 67-foot-long guitar is made out of truck frames. Jamie Harmon/Courtesy photo
Artist Christopher Fennell poses proudly with "Canoe Wave," which used 60 aluminum canoes for a Lewis and Clark monument in Lewiston, Idaho. Fennell will build a sculpture out of recycled shovel heads at the UC Davis Arboretum gateway. Courtesy photo
Artist Christopher Fennell is dwarfed by the "Rail Fire Ladder," a fireball of decommissioned fire ladders in front of the fire station in Allen, Texas. Courtesy photo

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