Artist Celebrates Christmas And Its Importance To Him and His Fellow Artists
Paralysed in a life-changing car crash in 1996, Keith has now been mouth painting with the MFPA for 25 years. He is one of 800 artists globally, who work cooperatively to create a range of seasonal images for their products.
In an article that recently appeared in The Bucks Herald, Keith said: “Christmas is the largest part of what we do, we create through the year, various paintings and motifs that are then reproduced as Christmas cards. We are really pleased to have such good support from a lot of people who value what we do and the time we take to create them in a slightly different way.”
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