The Art of Parkinson’s

This is the painting I have submitted to The Art of Parkinson's.
Look for my name on the site for this event.

This is the information from their website.
Date: Friday, March 15, 2013
Location: The Galleria Shops of Distinction, Edina, MN
Tickets: $10/person. Tickets can be purchased in advance at the Galleria guest service desk or online
from the website of: The Art of Parkinson’s is the National Parkinson Foundation Minnesota’s first artists’ fundraiser. Ten local artists from the Parkinson’s community are painting, sculpting, taking photos, and crafting beautiful pieces for purchase. The artists displaying their work will demonstrate and promote the creative influence they bring to the community. Their talent and passion is embodied in their work and demonstrates NPFM’s goal to help those with Parkinson’s live well.

About Me

I was diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease in the late 1990s and was forced to retire from my orthodontic practice. I had dabbled in charcoals and pen and ink, while attending college and professional school. When I retired, I looked for something to occupy my time, my hands, and my brain.

I had always been accustomed to working with my hands and through trial and error, I found that painting with watercolors was an excellent mental and physical activity. Over the past several years I have taken numerous courses by: Pat Weaver,

Don Andrews, Thomas Owens, Ted Nuttal, Linda Dolland, and many others.

I was a city boy and took advantage of what New York City had to offer: Stuyvesant High School, Brooklyn College, and New York University School of Dentistry. I spent two years (1964 to 1966) on the Navajo Indian Reservation with the US Public Health Service. It was my first exposure to the magnificent blue, red, and yellow colors of the Arizona desert. I fell in love with the desert, the weather and its people.

I have exhibited my watercolors in numerous galleries including: Skyline Country Club, Tucson Jewish Community Center, Tucson Botanical Gardens, and Murphey Gallery, and many others.

Welcome to my blog. Email me if you are interested in any of the art you find here.

My Dog

my Beauty

JCC Fine Art Gallery

On October 15, 2012 I showed my watercolors at the Tucson Jewish Community Center Fine Art Gallery. I showed 36 pieces.
Here are some photos of the show.





Photos by Melissa Davis