Ann Lund Wahlberg was born on 11 June 1971 in Aalborg. She suffers from spastic paralysis since birth. From early childhood, Ann has carried out the activities of daily living with her mouth. That was also the reason why Ann Lund Wahlberg began to paint and draw with her mouth when she was only a youngster. In 1996 she had the first opportunity to show her works to the public at an exhibition. She became a VDMFK Scholarship Holder in the year 1998. This enabled her to spend more time painting as she also had a job as a social worker.
Ruth Christensen was born on 12 February 1929 in Lynge. At the age of eleven, Ruth lost both arms up to the elbow in an accident. In her youth, she attended the arts and crafts school in Copenhagen. She then worked in an advertising agency as a graphic artist for a number of years. Back then she had already found her own style in floral and Nordic Christmas motifs. She designed a Christmas welfare stamp for the Royal Danish Post and a Christmas card for the European Council in Strasbourg in 1992. Aside from her job as a graphic artist, Ruth Christensen began mouth painting with an ambitious artistic language. Her colourful and expressive floral pieces, still lifes and landscapes are her preferred subjects. She also likes to express the refraction of water.