Once upon a time there was a little boy who loved to draw.
He got older, played clarinet in school -- that's him on the right...
But he never gave up drawing, not for a second.
Back about five years ago or so, he was painting murals at the U of M Children's Hospital. They were fun, they were fanciful. A good way for the most compassionate kid I know to volunteer.
Then he moved on to designing chalk boards for restaurants and delis.
But you've come a long way, baby! This is my favorite Greg Oberle piece of all time!
Greg is having his art show for a project at Kendall Art and Design, 17 Fountain St. NE, in Grand Rapids today -- (March 24) -- at 6:30 p.m. We'll be there, that's for sure! If you're in the neighborhood, drop by! (Note! The show was great! I have wonderful photos and I'll be posting them in the next week or so. Thanks for all your lovely comments!)
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