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Some days it’s hard to tell if I’m dancing or treading water.
Shortly after being diagnosed with Parkinson’s and breast cancer, I created a collection of limited edition prints about these diseases. Some were serious, others were playful. All of these artworks reveal aspects of how my body and mind and sense … Continue reading
Seventy-five years ago today, my Baba was in labour with her first child — my Dad. Advice is free, my Grandma had plenty She married for love when she was twenty She always said don’t hold in your pee Try … Continue reading
Parkinson’s disease is complicated. It’s a brain disease, a movement disorder, a lifetime affliction. While creating this artwork, I wanted to highlight key words that describe how I feel and what I deal with since my diagnosis. Parkinson’s Scrabble is … Continue reading
My mother, Lea Levy, passed away seven months ago — on March 14, 2012. I flew in for her funeral, with my husband and daughter by my side. The “Unveiling” of her monument took place this past Sunday in Toronto. … Continue reading
Priscilla Sutton has great-looking legs with interesting names. There’s “Dora the Explorer” with cute white polka-dots on crimson red. And there’s flesh-coloured “Date Leg” perfect for blending in with the crowd. Both of these legs are artificial – the result … Continue reading