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Woodstock Celebration Ornament - Hand Blown Glass

SKU
9-08281

3 Days of Peace & Music “in the garden” that went down in history as a pivotal moment in popular music that changed Rock & Roll and united a generation that wasn’t necessarily “trying to cause a b-b-big s-s-sensation.” In August of 1969, the call went out — for the cost of a 1, 2 or 3-day pass ($18) you could:

  • Listen to Music (32 acts performed)
  • Walk around without seeing a skyscraper or traffic light
  • Fly a kite, sun yourself, cook your own food
  • Camp out and breathe unspoiled air

Many heeded the call and went “up country” to see if the water really tasted like wine; it was such an appealing proposition that by the time they “got to Woodstock they were half a million strong”. On day 3 (Sunday morning) when Wavy Gravy announced “What we have in mind is breakfast in bed for 400,000” — starving festival goers cheered, and the love story between hippies and granola had begun.

Washington’s own Jimi Hendrix , the show headliner, was the last act to perform, but due to rain delays, when he finally began his set it was already day 4 (Monday morning). He played an uninterrupted 2 hour set — and with his emblematic rendition of the Star Spangled Banner, this coming-of-age adventure became the cultural touchstone that would forever mark the Woodstock generation.

According to musician Joni Mitchell, “Woodstock was a spark of beauty” where half-a-million kids “saw that they were part of a greater organism.”

Music and concerts were never the same and this epic event became synonymous with peace, unity and the mantra “make love not war.”  Get back to the garden and recall the music with this 50th Anniversary Commemortive!  Add this ornament to your collection or ideally suited as a gift that recollects the festival.

Each Glass Eye Ornament is an individual piece of art, handmade by artisans skillfully working molten glass into keepsakes that will be enjoyed for years to come. All ornaments come with an Artist Profile card celebrating Glass Eye Studio's handcrafted artisan approach, and include ash from the eruption of Mount St. Helens in 1980.

Approximately 3" in diameter
Plus (1) Peace charm and (1) Flower charm

FREE Keepsake Box

Includes (1) Navy Keepsake Box FREE with every ornament, a $6.00 Value!

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5.0 Stars
$35.00

3 Days of Peace & Music “in the garden” that went down in history as a pivotal moment in popular music that changed Rock & Roll and united a generation that wasn’t necessarily “trying to cause a b-b-big s-s-sensation.” In August of 1969, the call went out — for the cost of a 1, 2 or 3-day pass ($18) you could:

  • Listen to Music (32 acts performed)
  • Walk around without seeing a skyscraper or traffic light
  • Fly a kite, sun yourself, cook your own food
  • Camp out and breathe unspoiled air

Many heeded the call and went “up country” to see if the water really tasted like wine; it was such an appealing proposition that by the time they “got to Woodstock they were half a million strong”. On day 3 (Sunday morning) when Wavy Gravy announced “What we have in mind is breakfast in bed for 400,000” — starving festival goers cheered, and the love story between hippies and granola had begun.

Washington’s own Jimi Hendrix , the show headliner, was the last act to perform, but due to rain delays, when he finally began his set it was already day 4 (Monday morning). He played an uninterrupted 2 hour set — and with his emblematic rendition of the Star Spangled Banner, this coming-of-age adventure became the cultural touchstone that would forever mark the Woodstock generation.

According to musician Joni Mitchell, “Woodstock was a spark of beauty” where half-a-million kids “saw that they were part of a greater organism.”

Music and concerts were never the same and this epic event became synonymous with peace, unity and the mantra “make love not war.”  Get back to the garden and recall the music with this 50th Anniversary Commemortive!  Add this ornament to your collection or ideally suited as a gift that recollects the festival.

Each Glass Eye Ornament is an individual piece of art, handmade by artisans skillfully working molten glass into keepsakes that will be enjoyed for years to come. All ornaments come with an Artist Profile card celebrating Glass Eye Studio's handcrafted artisan approach, and include ash from the eruption of Mount St. Helens in 1980.

Approximately 3" in diameter
Plus (1) Peace charm and (1) Flower charm

FREE Keepsake Box

Includes (1) Navy Keepsake Box FREE with every ornament, a $6.00 Value!

About The Maker

About Glass Eye Studio

(Seattle, Washington)

Glass Eye Studio was founded in 1978 with the mission to provide young glass artists the opportunity to make a living while they develop their artistic voice. Today, Glass Eye has multiple aspiring artists who work in conjunction with the core team of talented glass blowers who make the company strong.

Everything sold by Glass Eye Studio is made by hand in the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle. Because each item is produced individually, there can be slight differences among pieces, giving each its own artisian character.  Each piece that Glass Eye produces includes fragments from Mt. St. Helens 1980 eruption!

So many prominent glass blowers have spent time at Glass Eye Studio, that local artists like to say "All roads lead to "The Eye".

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