Indonesia

Sadikin Pard

Sadikin Pard was born with no arms in Malang (Indonesia) on 29 October 1966. He attended primary and secondary school before completing his studies in psychology at the University of Muhammadiyah in Malang. In addition, he is extremely adept at working with computers. Due to his disability, Sadikin began using his feet to carry out everyday activities very early in life. In time, he also began to use them for drawing and painting. This led to the Association granting him a scholarship from 1989 onwards. In 2013 he became an Associate Member of the VDMFK.

Sabar Subadri

The foot-painting artist Sabar Subadri was born in Salatiga on 4th January 1979. He was born without arms and with one leg shorter than the other. He uses his feet to do most everyday jobs. From the age twelve; that is from 1991, Sabar has been supported as a scholarship holder by the association. In 2011 he became an Associate Member of AMFPA.

Patricia Jane Saerang

Patricia Jane Saerang was born on 26 January 1968 in Menado, without or rather with deformed limbs. Already as a young child, she learned how to carry out all important tasks with her foot. In elementary school, she started doing a painting course. She has a natural talent for painting and was therefore awarded the first prize in a painting competition with participants from all over the region of North Sumatra as early as in 1981. Patricia can draw and paint with her right foot just as well as her colleagues can with their hands. Like most artists from Eastern Asia, she is committed to the tradition of the great Chinese art of painting.

Yusuf Agus

Yusuf Agus was born in Madiun (Indonesia) on 20 May 1966. Yusuf has no arms and his right leg is severely malformed. From his earliest childhood, he has been able to carry out virtually any activity with his left foot, including drawing and painting. The VDMFK has supported him with a scholarship since 1989. In 2013 he became an Associate Member of the Association.

Muhammad Asroel

Muhammad Asroel was born in Jember, Ostjava on 7 June 1979 with only one normal limb (his right foot). In addition, he has no left arm and his right arm is a mere stump. As early as in his childhood, the artist began painting using his right foot and doing everyday tasks. He has been supported as a scholarship holder by the Association between 2008 and 2011. Since 2011, he has been an Associate Member of AMFPA.

Benjamin Tan Boon Chuan

Benjamin Tan Boon Chuan suffers from cerebral palsy and spastic fits. Born on 27 March 1959 in Singapore, his motor functions are seriously affected, for which reason he was taken to a spastic daycare centre by his grandmother up to the age of fourteen. In 1973 the Red Cross Children’s Home took him in and later transferred him to the Singapore Cheshire Home. Today Benjamin lives with his parents. In 1981 he received a scholarship from the Association and with it the opportunity to dedicate himself intensively to painting. In 1992 he became an Associate Member of the AMFPA and in 2000 he was granted Full Membership.

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