Gone too soon. Thanks for all your artistic contributions.
After not speaking with you for a few years i learned of your death today. I sent you a Christmas card with a picture of my wife Jayne and I. It was returned to me today and I am so sorry to learn that you passed away. Distance seperated us from our friendship. We had many great memories of time that we spent together in Chicago in the early 1990's. We traveled together, hung out together and shared some very fun times. Thank you for what you gave to me while i knew you. I will never forget you and some day i will look you up when i leave here. I will call out to you "Tick Tock" and you will know its me. You gave so much to the world. Remember: One two a tub. love you Mr. I Heres a toast to you. Scott Morse
Rest in peace Mr. I...you will be missed! My prayers go out to Ms. Margaret and the rest of the family!
Mr. Imagination helped to make Bethlehem, PA. a better place. (I also happened upon his House of Blues wall at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. As soon as I saw that beautiful bottle-cap wall, I knew he was the creator.) He was a kind soul who was so willing to share his creative talents with our community. We loved him here. May he rest in peace.
Mr. Imagination was so kind and easy to talk to. When I first met him, I told him the story of how my father and I use to go fishing together when I was a child and lost contact for 8 years. We recently reconnected and went fishing again. Mr Imagination made a beautiful school of fish carving for me and my father out of bark. That one gesture will live on in my heart forever. You will be missed Mr. I
I first met Greg when he was carving names in sandstone in exchange for a drink at our bar, O'Tooles, on Clark Street. I later saw an exhibition at Carl Hammer, and asked if he would be a guest artist at Collins High School, where I was teaching art at the time. He came to the school, and spent the day showing classrooms overflowing with students how to carve sandstone and create images with simple means such as spoons, etc. The students were thrilled and inspired by his easy going manner and his generosity in sharing his expertise. My condolences to his family.
I will miss my friend and confidant and my best cheerleader. He truely embodied the meaning of kindness and sense of humor. I am so sad.
It can be so hard to face the first year without your loved one, but family and friends can carry you through this painful time. (Isaiah12:2)
Offering our deepest condolences during this time.