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Phil Lesh



Here’s the giclee print of Phil Lesh “Zendo” Phil is the 3rd Member of the Grateful Dead that I’ve painted and produced as prints, joining Jerry Garcia and Bob Weir. About time huh?

I chose this familiar look that Phil often possesses, and have him playing that cool iconic six string Modulus Bass.

Phil Lesh is a bass player and a founding member of the Grateful Dead, with whom he played throughout their 30-year career. After the band’s disbanding in 1995, Phil continued in the vein of Grateful Dead family music with the side project Phil Lesh and Friends, which paid homage to the Dead’s music by playing their originals, common covers, and the songs of the members of his band. Phil Lesh & Friends helped keep a legitimate entity for the band’s music to continue. Recently, Lesh has opened a music venue called Terrapin Crossroads, and has been performing with Furthur alongside former Grateful Dead bandmate Bob Weir.

Phil Lesh and Friends made appearances in the summer of 2013 at both Mountain Jam Music Festival and Gathering of the Vibes Festival. Lesh was on tour full-time with Phil Lesh and friends, but announced a temporary hiatus with Furthur for 2014.

It was great seeing Phil Lesh tear it up at the Grateful Dead 50th Anniversary Fare Thee Well shows in Santa Clara & Chicago along with Bob Weir, Billy Kreuztmann, Mickey Hart, Trey Anastasio, Jeff Chimenti and Bruce Hornsby. Together they put together a show that no-one present will ever forget.

Can you say epic concert of the century!!








Special thanks to Vernon Webb of New Jersey for another collaboration with the cool photo references for this project!!

Congrats to Andy Cotton of Colorado for naming the painting…”Zendo”  (a place where meditation is practiced).
Andy will receive one of these FREE print reproductions.


Limited Edition Paper Prints from this painting have been produced at the size of  19″ x 27″ (48.3 cm x 68.6cm)


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Print Price  is $369 plus shipping.  (Note, the copyright image will not appear on your print)



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