Do you have a creative outlet that helps you cope with your health condition? Here are two examples of Parkinson’s disease (PD) patients in our community who are expressing their emotions through painting, despite hand tremors and other challenging symptoms. (See even more PD patient artwork in this inspiring forum thread.)
“Iggy the Iguana” by PD member mezzomom
“Autumn Still Life with Mouse” by PD member J. Marley
If you’re a PD patient with an artistic bent, we encourage you to share your work with our community. You may also want to participate in the Parkinson’s Disease Foundation’s Creativity and Parkinson’s Project, which “exists to explore, support and encourage the therapeutic value of creativity in Parkinson’s.” Paintings, drawings, photographs, songs, crafts and more are displayed in the project’s Gallery of Artwork, and a wall calendar is created each year featuring the work of 13 selected artists.
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