Audio slideshow: Mouth painter

Artist Keith Jansz was paralysed from the neck down in a car crash in 1995.

After learning how to paint using his mouth, Jansz's talent was quickly recognised and he was accepted as a full member of the Mouth and Footh Painting Artists (MFPA) in 2000.

Jansz, who works out of his studio at home in Buckinghamshire, will show some of his paintings at City Hall, in London, along with other members of the MFPA.

The exhibition will run from 2 to 24 September, with painting demonstrations by the artists.

Interview and photographs by Caroline Briggs. Slideshow production by Caroline Briggs and Mark Savage.


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