"It's called penny art. That's uncommon. It's just something that's cool," Waldron said.
For nearly a decade, he's painted pieces of art mostly out of pennies. But his latest project holds special meaning.
Heartbroken by the tragic school shooting just two weeks ago, Waldron wanted victims to know he's thinking about them. He's doing it the only way he knows how -- through his artwork.
With nearly 200 pennies, Waldron created a painted work for the victims of Newtown. On it reads: "Sandy Hook Elementary School 2012. God bless, 26 angels of Newtown, Connecticut."
"I just did it out of my heart. I just - I do penny art and this is what I came up with. Once I got started I couldn't stop. I had to keep going. Then go buy pennies," he said.
It took three days to finish what he calls an "art of kindness." Now's he''s ready to mail it off and hopes to provide comfort to the victims.
"I have nine grandkids of my own, and it just kinda hit home a little bit. And I figured I had to do it. I had to make something for the kids."