- Friday, April 5, 2013
Like many artists, sometimes Margaret Clark cannot resist the urge to put down everything else and just paint. “I get out my paints and daub on it a bit,” she said.
For Ms Clark, though, “daubing on it” is not a style she purposely nurtured. Prior to a diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease, 24 years ago, she was a decorative painter, producing works filled with fine details. But while the effects of Parkinson’s have curtailed her fine motor skills, it has not curtailed her enjoyment of painting.