Living Artistically with Parkinson’s Disease

This just in from Warner Bros. animator Tim Walker: The Los Angeles Chapter of the American Parkinson Disease Association, is hosting Living Artistically with Parkinson’s Disease, a champagne brunch art exhibit & silent auction on Sunday, February 12th, from 11am to 2pm.

This one-of-a-kind exhibit will feature works of art – painting, drawings, photography, sculpture, and music – created by celebrated artists who have Parkinson’s Disease. Artists include Jorge Lacost, James Tim Walker, Herb Rosenkrantz and many more. Gallery sales from the exhibit and silent auction/raffle will directly benefit the artist and the Los Angeles Chapter of the American Parkinson Disease Association in it’s efforts to provide support and education locally.

Tim has gotten his colleagues at Warner Bros. to contribute to several incredible one-of-a-kind murals which will be auctioned off at the event. One, partially pictured above (and badly photographed with my iPhone), features funny animal (and people) drawings by Spike Brandt, Tony Cervone, Dan Haskett, Bob McKnight, Mark Christiansen and others. Another piece features adventure character drawings by Bruce Timm, Shane Glines, Glen Murakami and more.

The art exhibit opens February 8th and runs to the 14th. The auction is on Sunday at the James Gray Gallery, Bergamot Station Art Center, 2525 Michigan Ave., Building D4 in Santa Monica. Check with Parkinson LA for more information.


  • A Painter

    Everything happens in either NY or LA. lol. All these art exhibits are always in LA even those NY has a solid art scene. Gotta make it out there one day to the City Of Angels