Before C-19 Lliam Greguez was a Creative Arts Therapist,
supported by enCourageKids,
providing therapeutic music since 1987
for hospitalized children to improve their
physical, mental, and emotional well-being.
The kids called him Bill, or Guitar Man.
While recording winter sounds for music production, Lliam discovered the 4-dimensional beauty of frozen water.
Here you find surface texture, inner depth, substance beyond, and reflection.
These are photos of Ice.
like abstract paintings.
All are surreally real.
views the malleability
of time upon form;
a moment of the
movement called interaction.
Enjoy this vision of reality.
Represented by Agora Gallery, NYC
Lliam Greguez has been a creative arts therapist for 33 years, using music to engage chronically ill children in hospitals around New York City. Many times the child is the one playing the guitar, synth or percussion, other times Lliam is singing requests or in the background creating an atmosphere. The result is families that feel better.
Lliam is a macro ice photographer who has been capturing moments of a mountain stream in winter since 2005. The abstract images encourage imagination with the four-dimensional beauty of frozen water.
Lliam also produced five albums.
The two acoustics are: Other People’s Children in English and La Yola in Spanish, the latter written by Dominican artist Luis Días. Each showcase uptempo acoustic music with a unique essence accompanied by deliberative lyrics.
The two rock albums also contain one by Luis Días and one by the trio Any of Several Weasels reveling in the electric guitar sound. Luis' album, Radio Macana is driven by Caribbean rhythms, while AoSW fuses punk and progressive.
Meanwhile, the Look of Utter Disbelief explores synth, sampling, and guitar improvisations.
Lliam is an Earthian, a Vibrationalist, and a firm believer in the importance of clean air, pure water and fertile soil, to sustain life as we know it.