Jerry found inspiration from anything from the wrinkles in an old man's face to the vivid colors of nature. This was a resounding factor in why he began scuba diving regularly, he escaped the demands of the unrelenting powers pulling him in every direction but his own. Under the ocean he found a whole new alien terrain to embellish. One of the most vibrant representations from his diving expeditions is Sea Anemone. Full of bright purples and blues with acid green accents, it’s a brilliant representation of Garcia’s skillful rendering.
The extent of Jerry Garcia’s talents were apparently infinite as it doesn’t seem there’s an expressive outlet he couldn’t master. He was a renaissance man, through and through with knowledge and talents as varied as the wind.
Because of this, every day during the Days Between we are celebrating Jerry Garcia and his legacy to the musical and artistic world. Don’t miss tomorrow to learn about Jerry’s fascination with hobby shop staples like remote controlled cars and train sets.