Mike Wren will have his first ever art show, opening on May 22 at 42° in Glens Falls. The exhibition is of live music photography captured throughout the Northeast over the past five years from artists ranging from Phil Lesh (and some very special friends), Phish, moe. and The Disco Biscuits, to Kaki King and Keller Williams.
42° is located at 23 Park St, on the corner of Park and Elm, in Glens Falls, NY. The exhibition will run through the weekend of June 20, with the PhanArt poster show and Phish’s return to SPAC, and proceeds will benefit The Mockingbird Foundation
The Mockingbird Foundation is a charitable organization founded to support
music education for children. The foundation was set up in 1996 by fans of the band Phish and has since raised over $600,000 through donations and sales of the book The Phish Companion as well as the Phish tribute compilation CD Sharing in the Groove. (www.mockingbirdfoundation.org)
42° Art and Glass Gallery specializes in independently blown glass pipes from
regional and national artists as well as displaying and selling limited edition
prints from artists inspired by the music of Phish. 42° is located at 23 Park St, on the corner of Park and Elm, in Glens Falls, NY. Approximately 15 minutes north of Saratoga Springs via I-87 off of Exit 18.