feeling the pull of the roller coaster of emotions and
work to get ready for tribute in Ron Grenko honor, at Intuit:The Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art. Chicago,. Ron supported and attended events for years. It is fitting that the film he was so essential to, indie social political doc shot in Chicago be screened in his honor with donation at the door going to support Intuit, "Free Speech and the Transcendent Journey of Chris Drew, Street Artist" 99 min feature with indie music by Alton and Mansfield, courtesy of Hey Now Records.
Recently, the Local Union 476 Motion Picture Studio Mechanics honored brother Ron with a fitting tribute of beer and pizza and hugs at a local Chicago Brewery. They came, many, many, to share stories and share the sorrow and joy of all that was/is Ron. The gathering went on from 5 to about 9 pm. very warm, meaningful and healing. Sharing means a lot.