water bell fountain

Water Bell Fountain

Item# 12-0054
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Designed by professional percussionist and instrument designer Garry Kvistad, this tranquil Waterbell Fountain beautifully combines the relaxing sound of flowing water and the soothing, peaceful chiming of brass bells. Visually pleasing as two floating bells softly chime against a center of stationary bells as they are swept around the fountain by an underwater current. Eight brass bells in varying sizes. Lightweight and durable copper bowl. Easy to assemble. Great for indoor or outdoor entertaining. 5"H x 14"D. 5 lb. China

Water Bell Fountain Features:
  • Provides a pleasing sensory experience
  • Water bubbles up through a center cluster of brass bells
  • Designed with eight swirling brass bells in various sizes
  • Lightweight and durable copper bowl
  • Easy to assemble
  • Makes a lovely addition to any home or garden
  • Perfect for indoor or outdoor entertaining
  • Distilled water recommended


Use with clean, distilled water to reduce mineral build-up and extend the life of your pump. Clean the fountain and pump every 2 to 3 months of operation. Do not operate with water above 89° F or expose fountain to temperatures below freezing. Gift wrap not available. 5"H x 14"D. 5 lb.


Garry Kvistad earned a Bachelor of Music from the Oberlin Conservatory of Music and a Masters of Music from Northern Illinois University, where he studied music, art and physics in the pursuit of building musical instruments.

Garry has served as the timpanist and percussionist with the Chicago Grant Park Symphony, was a summer Tanglewood Fellow and worked as a percussionist with the Cabrillo Music Festival Orchestra in California. He has been featured in performances with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, the Cleveland Orchestra, and Israel Philharmonic, as well as many other orchestras in North America and Europe. Giri Mekar, the Balinese Gong Kebyar Gamelan ensemble that he formed in 1987, is currently in residence at Bard College in Red Hook, New York.

Garry and his wife, Diane, are active in the Woodstock Community helping to reinforce support for the arts and food and shelter programs. Through their charitable foundation, The Woodstock Chimes Fund, they have assisted artists and humanitarian efforts mostly in the Hudson Valley. They are proud of the attitude their employees take toward these values, as well as the company’s commitment to sustainable business practices. 2009 marked the 30th year of Woodstock Chimes, which are now and have always been "Powered by the Wind."