By Federico Cornetto
An artist born without hands created an amazing painting of a bluebird by holding the brush between her chin and arm.
Talented Zuly Sanguino, 30, from Bogota, Colombia, was born with Tetra-amelia syndrome, a rare genetic condition which means her limbs are not fully developed.
But despite her disability, Zuly began painting at the early age of four, and has since progressed into a talented artist.
Zuly creates these amazing paintings of animals and flowers by holding the brush in her mouth, as well as between her chin and her arm.
In an impressive video, Zuly is seen completing a beautifully detailed painting of a bluebird.
Zuly said: “I want to share this video with everyone to prove that nothing is impossible.
“I want to show people that you can do whatever you want, even me as a woman without limbs.
“It’s a big physical and mental effort to paint as there is a pain in my neck, jaw and back while holding the brush.
“But these issues do not outweigh my desire to create and prove to myself that I can do it.
“Usually it can take me about a week to complete only a small painting.”