Faith Unisex T-Shirt

To pair with your jeans on a casual day out. The design is reproduced from an original painting by MFPA artist. Now, make your fashion statement!

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    • Material 100% Cotton
      Type Short Sleeve
      Colour Navy Blue
      Care Machine Wash
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    • T Shirt Size

      XS, S, M, L, XL

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Product Code: TS 6
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Design Inspired by Art

“Salters Truck”

-Acrylic on Canvas, Mouth Painted

Art by Grant William Sharman

Mouth Artist from New Zealand

At the age of 15 Grant William Sharman broke his neck during a rugby match, which left him quadriplegic. He had to give up his dream of becoming a pilot. In 1980 Grant William Sharman was introduced to painting with a brush in the mouth by the mouth painter Bruce Hopkins, a member of the MFPA who died in 1985. The training bore fruit, and it was only one year later that Sharman was granted a scholarship by the Association. Grant’s favourite motifs are flowers and landscapes. His paintings are characterised by a deep feeling for nature and great artistic instinct.

Art by Grant William Sharman

Mouth Artist from New Zealand

At the age of 15 Grant William Sharman broke his neck during a rugby match, which left him quadriplegic. He had to give up his dream of becoming a pilot. In 1980 Grant William Sharman was introduced to painting with a brush in the mouth by the mouth painter Bruce Hopkins, a member of the MFPA who died in 1985. The training bore fruit, and it was only one year later that Sharman was granted a scholarship by the Association. Grant’s favourite motifs are flowers and landscapes. His paintings are characterised by a deep feeling for nature and great artistic instinct.

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