Make an artistic fashion statement during the holidays by wearing Jerry Garcia’s artwork as an accessory. The legendary guitarist and visual artist of The Grateful Dead inspired a new collection of scarves which are now available at Bubby’s in Miami Beach.
The designers of the scarves are also members of the team that originally created J. Garcia Art in Neckwear, neckties that were a popular fashion staple throughout the 1990s. The new scarves capture the beauty of select paintings and drawings created by Jerry Garcia, who is not only revered worldwide as a beloved musician but also gained fame as a prolific artist. Garcia studied at the San Francisco Art Institute and his art includes works in watercolor, gouache, pencil, ink, airbrush and digital media. His pieces are highly collectible and have been shown in galleries across the U.S. While on the road between concerts, Garcia spent many hours sketching in small notebooks and painting with watercolors. Jerry had the ability to simply draw without a plan or thought of anything in particular, often simply allowing the image to emerge from the materials.
Tapping into the trend of stylish and functional scarves, the rocker-chic scarf designs are wearable and collectible at an affordable price point of $19.50 at Bubby’s in Miami Beach. The store is located at 450 West 41st Street in Miami Beach, Florida 33140. For more information on the new Jerry Garcia scarf collection or to schedule an interview with Fanny Brach, Co-Owner of Bubby’s, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Bubby’s regular store hours are from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. every Monday through Friday (closed on Saturdays and Sundays).
The store’s phone number is 305-397- 8068.
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