Great thanks and appreciation goes to the following artists who were featured on PhanArt over August, September and October! With these donations, PhanArt and Friends has raised more than $3,000 for the 2013 calendar year and over $12,000 since August 2009 for The Mockingbird Foundation. Great thanks goes to the dozens of artists and supportive patrons who made this possible. Through their incredible generosity and spreading their art on PhanArt, these donations to The Mockingbird Foundation will help to promote music education throughout the country.
New Limited Edition Slave Pin from Park McGee – 3 pins
Page Side Rage Side Panties by Jason and Jesse $40 and 2 pairs of panties
New Artist Alert: A Song He Heard the Ocean Sing – John Glenn Brings His Unique Style to Posters, Paintings and Boards! – 2 posters
Tahoe Tweezer Stickers from Christine Walsh $2
The Phishman Scarf by StuPINdous Creations – 2 scarves (sold for $40)
Hand Knit Hats made by Stuphoria – $10
Atlantic City Ghost Poker Chip by Jay Anastasio – 3 chips
Neal Flesner’s West Coast Shirts from 2009, 2010, 2012 and 2013 – $20
Menacing Cactus Pin from Chris Riddleberger – 1 pin
New Phish Inspired License Plate Frames from Marshall Chasan – $193 and 5 frames
Thank You (for the Phirst Thirty Years) – Shirts from Ryan Kerrigan – 2 Kuroda MSG pin boards
It’s Ice/Breaking Bad Shirts are Here! -10 shirts, 4 pins and 20 stickers. 4 shirts sold for $60
Total: 14 shirts, 3 chips, 2 scarves, 8 pins, 2 pinboards, 20 stickers, 2 posters, 5 frames, $365
John Glenn, a New Artist to Phanart and native of Asbury Park, draws inspiration from his surroundings, balancing the peace and power of the ocean with the faded glory of a seaside paradise long since lost and its still nascent rebirth. An artist and a phan John also integrates the music and experiences so many of us know and love into his unique works of art. Plying his skills and inspiration, he uses paint pens and some oils on just about any medium he can – creating works on the canvases, discarded wood and surf boards.
Featured here are some of his works that celebrate the 2012 NY New Years run and the many underwater trips on the train for so many shows at MSG as well as two of his unique hand painted surfboards. In addition to these you can check out John’s other works on his website and of his facebook page.
Fishman Board Trey Board