“At the time (1969). A concert with half a million people was unheard of. To be honest we were blissfully unprepared and unmercifully hammered by the weather. As the painting shows, the audience had to slog around in the mud. Young people adapt to that kind of a mess better than old farts.
Saying goodbye on the last of three days, the clump of musicians on the stage is appreciating the audience and vice versa. Everything except murder is happening in the crowd - as it would in any gathering of that size.
I have taken the liberty of inserting some individuals who could not have been there, but maybe they were in spirit - Abraham, Buddha, Mohamed, Jesus, Adam & Eve, Alice in Wonderland, The White Rabbit, My Daughter and Barack Obama."
This is a signed, limited edition print on canvas, it comes pre-stretched and can be hung with or without a frame.
Grace Slick has effectively retired from producing new prints, so many of her limited editions are now sold out, or are becoming extremely rare. Each piece that is still available is hand-signed and numbered by Grace and can be shipped from California within a few days following purchase.
Buyers will receive a certificate of authenticity following the delivery of their artwork. Please contact us with questions!
21" x 31 Canvas Size
Signed Limited edition (169)
Archival Pigment Print on Canvas