Rare artwork and personal items from Jerry Garcia and the Grateful Dead play an 11-day engagement.

According to an article in the NewsTimes, rare artwork from Jerry Garcia and other members of the Grateful Dead will be put on display at the C. Parker Gallery in Greenwich. Opening night is scheduled for April 19.

The exhibit is titled, 'From the Vault: The Art of Jerry Garcia and the Grateful Dead' and will feature some of the most significant artwork and photographs from the band along with personal items from Jerry. Opening night will be on Thursday, April 19 and run through Sunday, April 29. All items will be available for purchase.

The Dead Perform At The Izod Center
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Jerry Garcia had at one time studied at the 'San Francisco Art Institute' and left behind a number of paintings as did fellow band members Bill Kreutzmann and Mickey Hart. Gallery owner Tiffany Benincasa told the NewsTimes there are about 60 pieces of art available including signed and unsigned works.

Signed prints from the first Rolling Stone photographer, Barry Wolman will be on display and for sale including one of his most famous works which is a 1969 Jerry Garcia portrait with Jerry sporting a full beard and bushy hair holding up his right hand which is also available on ebay.com.

Ebay Photo by Seller 'Motorsdaddgum'
Photo from Ebay - Credit - Seller 'Motorsdaddgum'

This Grateful Dead exhibition runs from April 19 through April 29. For more specific information, call 203-661-0205. Fare Thee Well Grateful Dead fans!

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