Highlights from the Grateful Dead Exhibition

Opening Reception for Grateful Dead Show

April 19th

Opening Reception for Grateful Dead Show 

April 19th

Opening Reception for Grateful Dead Show 

April 19th

Trumpet Player

Original Ink on paper art piece from Jerry Garcia circa 1985-1986.  This original work of art is featured in the definitive Jerry Garcia art book entitled “Jerry Garcia: The Collected Artwork.  This book is included with the purchase of this piece.

Corporate

By Jerry Garcia

Original Pen and Ink Drawing hand signed by Jerry Garcia

This drawing is an illustration of Jerry’s feelings about corporate America.

The big fish gobbling up the smaller fish and so on. Notice the dollar sign on

the fishing line. This drawing is reproduced as the center spread in the art book JERRY

GARCIA – The Collected Works, A Special Edition Boxed Set published by

the estate of Jerry Garcia.

American Abroad

Original Pen and Ink Drawing hand signed by Jerry Garcia

    This artwork is featured in the book     

"J ERRY GARCIA – The Collected Works" which is 

published by the estate of Jerry Garcia.

C. PARKER GALLERY PRESENTS
“FROM THE VAULT: THE ART OF JERRY GARCIA AND THE GRATEFUL DEAD” FOR A LIMITED SHOWING APRIL 19th - 29th

“From the Vault” is a specially curated, limited showing of some of the most compelling and rare artwork and photographs from the iconic band, the Grateful Dead. This unique event includes original and hand-signed artwork from founder Jerry Garcia and band members Bill Kreutzmann and Mickey Hart, as well as personal items from Jerry Garcia, including his briefcase, black t-shirt and leather chair where he sat while creating many of his artworks. “From the Vault: The Art of Jerry Garcia and the Grateful Dead” opens to the public on Thursday, April 19th and runs through Sunday, April 29th. All items are available for purchase. 

 

Also included in this exhibit are photographs from Rolling Stone magazine’s First Chief Photographer Baron Wolman. Wolman took the iconic 1969 photograph of Jerry Garcia displaying his missing finger, which became a symbol for Grateful Dead fans. Wolman also was at their house at Haight Ashbury in 1967 where they congregated on the front steps after being bailed out of jail. The band posed for the photo, holding firearms and flipping the bird, for the first issue of a yet to be published new magazine called Rolling Stone.  

If you have any questions about this past exhibition, please contact us at 203-661-0205 or info@cparkergallery.com