Steve chambers, who lives in England, suffers a very rare disease. This disease is called arthrogryposes. The worst thing about this disease is that my hands are deprived of the muscles, the joints of the feet do not move and underdeveloped. Despite all this, Steve is a true artist.
His paintings he paints with a brush, which keeps in the mouth.
These magnificent paintings in 50 years, Steve chambers creates with ease, just like we keep a hand Cutlery.
Mother's grandfather Steve helped him to master such an unusual method of drawing. In the course of time, disabled artists have improved the method and developed a more advanced technique in which he combines watercolor and colored pencils.
In 1980, Steve chambers joined the international Association of artists with disabilities who paint with the mouth and feet. Currently, it includes more than 800 people.