Born in Paris, France in the 1950s, Philippe Guillerm travels the world on a sailboat with his wife and daughters, scouting for pieces of driftwood that can be transformed into beautiful sculptures. He also often works on art projects at the Black Pearl Museum in Tahiti, the International airports in Papeete and New Caledonia, and throughout Brazil to Australia. In warmer weather he creates new work in his studio and gallery located in a restored 1850s bank in Waldoboro, Maine. Guillerm’s music-inspired sculptures often feature stringed instruments, creating a sense of art and music colliding in wonderful harmony. Guillerm’s work can be seen in galleries across the world.