Louis Parsons uses the power of art to inspire people and organisations to co-create a world of deeper harmony and success.
For many years, he has been on an inspired quest to understand the human spirit and how we express the soul in daily life. This journey has taken him around the globe, consulting with leading world experts in psychology and personal development, all of which have greatly enriched Parsons’ understanding of the human soul.
Commissions have included celebrities, world class surfing athletes and leading edge philosophers including Karren Brady, Tom Curren and Ken Wilber.
“Astonishing abstract paintings that sing the infinite songs of Spirit manifesting on the radiant cusp of form and formlessness. The painting technique is sophisticated, replete with complex weaves of staining the canvas, thin washes, thicker brushwork, and impassioned impasto, such that the worked materials are a symphony in their own right.” Michael Schwarz – Integral Art Gallery
Louis brings together a unique blend of skills by understanding personality, intuitive listening, and talented artistry. This culminates in a wonderful, personal and beautiful work of art.
His work is part of Relational Art, a concept that came out of the Young British Art movement, led by Damien Hurst and Tracey Emin, and characterised by its desire to express a sense of emotional freedom. Louis has also been deeply inspired by Mark Rothko, particularly his sublime use of colour, by J.M.W. Turner, whose impressionistic style was ahead of its time, and by Rodin, who created such fantastic figures.
He passionately believes there is an emerging art movement, which he terms “The Soul Renaissance”. Through his talks, workshops and art Parsons unlocks our ability to see the unique symphony of light that resides inside all of us. He brings simplicity and clarity to empower his audience to find greater energy in their lives.
Louis’ art commissions can be found all over the world. For the last six years he has been the Guest Artist for The Four Seasons, Kuda Huraa, Maldives. One of his favourite achievements is having one of his artwork pieces auctioned for charity, raised £120,000.
When he isn’t painting, Louis loves to surf and scuba dive, seeking inspiration from all the colour and vibrancy under the waves. He lives in Cheltenham at the foot of the Cotswold Hills with his beautiful wife and family.