At the age of 21, Brom Wikstrom was refining his craft. The son of a commercial artist, Brom also had a knack for painting. After illustrating his high school yearbook, he enrolled in college art classes. But that summer, Brom was injured in a diving accident that left him a quadriplegic. He would spend more than a year in the hospital. Though his hands could no longer hold a brush, his passion for painting couldn't be stilled. He soon began to paint again, but this time holding the paintbrush in his mouth. Now, Brom's beautiful artwork is known worldwide. And, thanks to the Mouth and Foot Painting Artists (MFPA), he and hundreds of artists like him are able to earn a living.