Lidia López

Born on March 13, 1970, in Mexico, Lidia de Jesús Cháidez López is the oldest of seven brothers. She led a normal life until the age of thirteen when she met with a car accident. As an effect, she fractured her spine at the height of the cervical 4-7 with spinal compression affecting the movement and sensation of arms and legs. At first, it was very difficult for her and her family, adding to it the enormous indifference and social discrimination she faced as a differently-abled. Lidia always liked drawing even as a child and at the age of sixteen, she drew with her mouth for the first time.

José Gerardo Uribe Aguayo

José Gerardo Uribe Aguayo was born on 16 March 1963 in Dolores Hidalgo without arms and with a deformity of the legs. He taught himself to paint with his foot at the age of six. He acquired the basics of natural drawing from his art classes in school. At the focus of his training were the techniques of painting in oil, staining and tempera painting.

Demetrio Herrera-Olivares

Demetrio Herrera-Olivares was born on 14 May 1932 in Pachuca. He was born without arms. From childhood, he had to perform certain tasks with his feet. In 1950, he started painting with his right foot and he was pretty good at it from the beginning. In 1964, Demetrio was granted a scholarship by the association. This gave him the opportunity to dedicate himself completely to painting.

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