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ParkinsonLink: And the Winner Is...

The votes are in! Which work of art will be featured on the cover of the 2013 Creativity and Parkinson’s Calendar?


“Springs of Hope” Will Grace the 2013 Creativity and Parkinson’s Calendar Cover

More than 2,500 of you responded last week when PDF asked for your help in choosing a cover image for the 2013 Creativity and Parkinson’s wall calendar.  Amongst the five works of art, you chose, "Springs of Hope,” by Niska of Montreal, Canada.

As Niska says in his personal statement on PDF’s website:

“After my diagnosis of PD, I am conscious that time is more precious than ever and this has inspired me to paint as many hours as time allows.”

We are pleased to say that his painting was named by PDF's People with Parkinson's Advisory Council, based on the theme they wanted to set for 2013. This was done at the request of the artist, who prefers that the owners of his paintings are the ones to come up with their titles.

The calendar is produced annually and features works of art by 13 people living with Parkinson’s. Calendars will be available in late September. Email us now to pre-order your free copy.
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