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From The Artist:

It is an Honor and Pleasure to illustrate “Black Muddy River” as a screen printed poster. "Black Muddy River” was one of Jerry Garcia's last songs performed in Chicago on July 9th, 1995 leaving a handprint on all our hearts forever.

I chose to use 8 colors with the gold foil paper also serving as a 9th color. Included in the 8 colors is a decorative underprinted border of roses and wagon wheels printed black on black — simplistic yet striking. This technique and imagery is in ways is a visual lament I was inspired as a tribute to the soulfulness of the performance.

Black muddy river, deep and wide pouring through Jerry's hands and guitar, ascending for us all. Transcending as spirit, angelic and loving.

With Grateful Regards- R. Biffle

Each print is signed, numbered  & hand- embellished by the artist, Richard Biffle, in a highly limited  uncut AP edition of Only 75

Each uncut print measures - 12 x 36 

Handbill is uncut and still attached on the top of each print~

Screen-Printed by Good Thoughts Printing in Boulder, Colorado

Please note: In the interest of making this print available to as many fans as possible, we must limit orders to 2 prints per household/fan. Any duplicate orders or orders for more than 2  regardless will be cancelled and refunded.


Please allow 2 - 4 weeks for Shipping and Handling!   Prints may arrive sooner...jus know it might take as long as 4 weeks due to covid and shipping delays~



"Black Muddy River" Uncut AP Edition Garcia Family Provisions

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