The true and fascinating story in words and pictures 1964 - 2016. Hosted by Bernie Cochrane co-owner of The Psychedelic Eye, a veteran of the entertainment industry who, after circa 26 years from last seeing it and after 6 years of research and legalities, was finally re-united in July 2011 with John Lennon’s - The Psychedelic Eye
Pictured left is John Lennon’s - The Psychedelic Eye
just after it had been installed at Liverpool’s then recently
opened Festival Gardens site in August 1985.
Bernie Cochrane is seen on the far left of the picture.
Pictured right in B/W photo is Bernie Cochrane in 2017
John Lennon SEEN LEFT in a contemplative mood overlooking his Psychedelic Eye. Circa 1967
The T-shirt John is wearing believed to be the one John wore wore ‘week’ before at launch of Sgt Pepper
Just what was in John’s mind at the time, and what will be in yours when you see The Psychedelic Eye?
KENWOOD John Lennon's ‘famous’ home in Weybridge in Surrey England
where he lived circa 1964 to 1969.
JOHN LENNON’S historic THE PSYCHEDELIC EYE has just finished as a feature display item in the major headlining V&A exhibition You Say You Want A Revolution : Records and Rebels 1966 - 70. The exhibition opened of the 10th Sept 2016 and ran through to February 2017 with huge visitor numbers.
STOP PRESS The Psychedelic Eye and the ‘Revolution’ exhibition mow moves on to Canada’s premiere venue THE MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS in Montreal opening on the 12th June 2017 running through to the end of September.
Click right to read to start to read all about, with pictures, how from john’s conception, his design, his installation into his pool at his beloved house Kenwood, the ‘psychedelic eye’ then went on display, then went missing and was finally recovered. By its owners circa 26 years later.
John Lennon’s - the psychedelic eye, a unique ‘work of art’ with its fascinating story, is soon to go on display to the public.