Connecticut man creates vibrant paintings using his mouth
Ryan Rosario can bring a blank canvas to life. He does it all with the paintbrush in his mouth – not his hands.
Rosario – a single dad of three from Connecticut – became paralyzed from the neck down after a 2007 diving accident.
After his accident, Rosario taught himself how to paint. He plays with vibrant colors, different subjects and unique materials.
He has sold 100 paintings.
Painting has also helped him cope after losing his wife to cancer in 2021.