My father was an inventor and a successful tool manufacturer, it looked good to me.
No craft, no skill, no money, but a college education in manufacturing...
Finally in 1969 I found the craft industry and found a small giraffe puzzle that lead me into the making of wooden toys and the crafts industry.
Over the years, the crafts found Woodstock Toys at one of the original Michigan Craft Guild Shows in 1972 and also the original Mississippi Craftsmen Guild Show with Dan Overly which was held in an Agricultural Cow Barn.
We did it all. We did mall shows, we did kiosk in Christmas malls, and we did production crafts in the hay day of the American Craft Council shows.
We did serious art competitions and won awards listed in his our archives drop down. We exhibited in every major art market in the United States. In 2012 we held our first museum retrospective at William Carey College.
Harry Griffith @ Woodstock Toys705 Sumrall Road Columbia, MS 39429