Tag: Parkinsons Art

  • “Ennui”

    I created this work as a way voicing my frustrations with the way that Parkinson’s disease is rapidly stealing my ability to speak. It began with just one word, loner; I decided that it was not the right choice and so started thinking of others that would best describe the feelings of isolation that can […]

  • “The Unformed Road”

    “The Unformed Road”  Acrylic and ink on paper, 50cm. x  70cm. I have given this painting the title “The Unformed Road”, because that’s how it is described on the topographical map of the location. It has now become bordered on all sides by private properties, a landlocked strip of wilderness. This particular spot adjoins our […]

  • “Over the Fence – 2”

    “Over the Fence – 2”. Acrylic on 300.gsm. paper, 50cm. x  70cm. I have been asked what is it that brings me back to a more representational style. In other words, why am I painting these new landscapes?  Am I reflecting back to the woodlands of my youth?  The answer is that I do not know, nor […]

  • “Reacting to Affect”

    “Reacting to Affect”, mixed media on 300gsm. paper 50cm. x  70cm. Like a lot of my paintings, this is another unplanned work. Using line, form and colour to realise ‘something‘ that comes before thought or emotion.