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Welcome to the New Zealand web site of the Mouth and Foot Painting Artists (MFPA). Formed in 1956, the MFPA is an international, for-profit association wholly owned and run by disabled artists to help them meet their financial needs. Members paint with brushes held in their mouths or feet as a result of a disability sustained at birth or through an accident or illness that prohibits them from using their hands.
The following pages include information on MFPA’s history, mission and operations. Artist biographies, examples of their work and MFPA's product information is also available for review.


Gayle Russell

Gayle was born with cereral palsy and has trouble using her hands.  To compensate for this she uses … [Read More...]

Grant Sharman

In 1977 aged 15, Grant broke his neck while playing rugby.  He was introduced to mouth-painting by … [Read More...]

Kerrin Tilley

Kerrin suffered a neck injury while playing rugby.  Many of his paintings depict Kerrin's love of … [Read More...]


Meet Teddy

  We'd love to introduce you to Ted, from Teddy's Night Lost in the Bush. He's the … [Read More...]

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas

Yes, it's that time of the year again. When our busy MFPA Elves pack sets of gorgeous cards to go … [Read More...]

Gorgeous Floral Mugs

Look at these gorgeous new Fine Bone China Mugs. They come in a gift box of 2 - the perfect present … [Read More...]

EKKA 2012

Come and join the fun of the EKKA 2012 (otherwise known as The Royal Brisbane Show) in Brisbane … [Read More...]

Christopher Waretini

At the age of 22 in 2004 Christopher had a motorcycle accident that resulted in tetraplegia spinal … [Read More...]