Aras Othman, 40, a Kurdish artist, who losts his arms in a mine blast, paints with his feet at his home in the outskirts of Kalar district, in Sulaimaniyah, Iraq June 13, 2019. Iraqi Kurdish artist Aras Othman was only a child when he lost his two arms in a mine blast, but the 40-year-old has not allowed his childhood injury to prevent him from pursuing his passion for art. REUTERS/Ako Rasheed

Aras Othman, 40, a Kurdish artist, who losts his arms in a mine blast, paints with his feet at his home in the outskirts of Kalar district, in Sulaimaniyah, Iraq June 13, 2019. The artist uses his artwork to reflect on his personal suffering and portray nature in his Kurdish hometown. REUTERS/Ako Rasheed

Aras Othman, 40, a Kurdish artist, who losts his arms in a mine blast, paints with his feet at his home in the outskirts of Kalar district, in Sulaimaniyah, Iraq June 13, 2019. Othman put his art on display in six exhibitions across Sulaimaniya. "And so far, I've been able to paint 100 paintings but have not been able to sell them all due to lack of demand. I've been able to sell 4 or 5 for $100 or less," he added. REUTERS/Ako Rasheed

Aras Othman, 40, a Kurdish artist, who losts his arms in a mine blast, paints with his feet at his home in the outskirts of Kalar district, in Sulaimaniyah, Iraq June 13, 2019. REUTERS/Ako Rasheed

Aras Othman, 40, a Kurdish artist, who losts his arms in a mine blast, paints with his feet at his home in the outskirts of Kalar district, in Sulaimaniyah, Iraq June 13, 2019. REUTERS/Ako Rasheed

Aras Othman, 40, a Kurdish artist, who losts his arms in a mine blast, carries his painting by his lost arms at his home in the outskirts of Kalar district, in Sulaymaniyah, Iraq June 13, 2019. REUTERS/Ako Rasheed