As a writer, writer’s block is not unfamiliar to me. What surprised me, since starting to dabble with other art forms, is that you can hit a wall where all … Continue reading It’s Ok To Hit a Wall
Thank you for taking an interest in my site. I am a writer, living in Suffolk. I am also a retired psychotherapist and clinical supervisor. I hope you find my site interesting. Best wishes, Deano.
“Superman don’t need no seatbelt.” Muhammad Ali. I am enjoying my early morning cup of coffee and, as I sit here and contemplate the day ahead, I am thinking about … Continue reading Watching Superman Fly
A video art collaboration between Deano Parsons and Tracy White, for http://www.focusedfriends.com Tracy and Deano progressing their artworks. (c) Deano Parsons and Tracy White. 2021.
A Short Story by Deano Parsons. “Thank you, Barker.“ Peter Laing acknowledged to his reliable butler, as long-time friend David Jennings was gently ushered into the Drawing Room. Barker … Continue reading The Last Steps of Francesca Laing
We have a regular visitor to our garden. He cheekily comes and eats food left for the birds.
I paint using acrylics on canvas. This is a scene, inspired by a photo from a book on Scotland. I have made bold use of colour and that somehow felt … Continue reading ‘A Highland Scene.’
(c) Deano Parsons, 2021. Evolution: I am an artist with Parkinson’s Disease but Ricky is in blue due to my having Prosopagnosia (face blindness). Sometimes, I simply have to paint … Continue reading Portrait: ‘Ricky, in Blue’
This was a fun project. Using a line-art method, I created five portrait images and then added this design onto the mug template. I was able to order the mug … Continue reading Mugshots
Hayley is a friend and she is a vibrant character and personality. I wanted to capture something of her cheeky spirit and yet also convey what that sprightly personality sometimes … Continue reading Portrait: ‘Hayley’
My friend, Helen, has a youthfulness about her which I think she will hold into old age. Some people are ‘young spirits’, they say. If this is true, then I … Continue reading Portrait: ‘Helen’
My friend, Tracy White, is a fellow person with Parkinson’s. Tracy lives with her husband and their children on a beautiful farm in rural Lincolnshire. I got to know Tracy … Continue reading Here & There