Keith Jansz took up the challenge when he became tetraplegic. He had lost the use of his hands and legs in a tragic road accident in 1995, spent six months in hospital and was left paralysed from the neck down.
Keith proved by his own example that creativity did not have to end at disability. He began to use a mouth guard to grip the paint brush between his teeth, before applying it to canvas and results were incredible.
His talents were soon spotted by the Mouth and Foot Painting Artists (MFPA), an organisation that helps to support and promote artists who paint without the use of their hands.