Gregory’s crib Date: January 1, 2021Author: maestrogregorysinger Category: Life Tags: childhood, drawing, Gregory Singer, Gregory Singer Art, life Post navigation ← Toilet statue Carnegie Hall NY → ‘Gregory’s crib’ by Gregory Singer Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
One of the most important creative influences in my life was that my parents held me hostage in a crib for hours by day or night. I was surrounded by unusual art that I stared at and tried to understand what was being depicted. At one point, I interpreted an ornate doorknob as my mother and her curly hair looking around my door frame into my crib-room to check on me. The colors and shapes stuck with me for life. I was only 4 months old .
If, or when you have a kid or two, place them in a crib surrounded by colorful art, and rotate the gallery every few weeks or months. Don’t forget to give plenty of water and sunlight. Oh yes, and love. Happy new year ! Especially for the millions of music and art lovers everywhere around the world.
My 2021 calendar is now available at Spacemansclub.com .Supply very limited. I only have a few hundred. First come first served.
Can you see where I tried to break out?
Yes, and what is more…you managed eventually
Ha! Still running, and haven’t looked back (well, occasionally)