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Pedro Caraballa (0)

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Percy Oliver (1)

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Raymond Carr (1)

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Rhaim Santiago (6)

Hi my names Rhaim Santiago. I would like to thank you for visiting my profile. I was a product of my environment, being raised in foster and group homes. I've made ample mistakes that I regret and some of those mistakes I'm still learning from today. I never really knew how to express myself in the right way but have found living within this experience, incarceration, that art is a way to meditate as well as to find "release" and be expressive. I never thought I was good until I drew a picture for someone and it made them feel great and extremely happy which, in turn, made me feel good about myself. If art can help me and help someone else, then l'll continue to draw until my fingers cramp and I can draw no more. So I hope you enjoy my work. Check back soon because there is always more to come.

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Ruben Torres (13)

About me: Been down since 1995 at the age of 17, being young and dumb. Now I'm doing life for the awful mistake of robbery/murder. With age comes knowledge, however, and now I work to educate myself whenever possible. I look to better understand myself and this world we live in; my art is the outlet I use to express that side.

Read about our artists here, then click their name to visit their online portfolio. 

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Scott Foster (72)

My name is Scott Foster and I have been in prison 11 years, and have 9 years to go. What inspires me to do my art Is the personal fulfillment and satisfaction I get in making it. As you can imagine, prison life is stressful, so making my art helps me to relax in this place.

I practice drawing airplanes mostly because I enjoy radio-controlled aircraft, and plan on building them when I get out. Before I came to prison, I made a business out of building radio-controlled airplanes for people, and I want to do that again. 

Thank you for looking at my art and thank you also for any purchases you make. Please remember to like and share my page and the PrisonArtWare.com page.

Scott Nordstrom (37)

Hello and welcome to my listing at PrisonArtWare.com. I am excited to share with you, some of my recent paintings; there are more on the way so "♡" and add me to your Favorites then check back often. 

For 19 years I have desired to try my hand at painting. Due to Arizona prison policy, however, I was allowed only cheap colored pencils and pens. I love to create images that grab the viewer's attention; I call it the "Izzat Factor", defined as the factor that commands adoration...you know it when you see it.

So even though I was limited to pencil and pen, I still got busy creating (some of those images are profiled here). Art is therapeutic for me, and provides an escape beyond the prison walls. 

I'm glad to say that the "pencil-and-pen-only" era ended with a civil suit in March 2017 that allowed me to purchase acrylic paint and supplies--wow! It has taken me some time to learn the different mediums (my work and style are self taught), but I absolutely love it. My parents (Cindy and Jim), as Well as my legal team have been super encouraging and supportive in getting me this far in my creativity (I couldn't have done it without you guys-thank you!). 

Thank you for being here. I am available to all viewers and want to create work you will support. Show me what you like and I'll keep them coming. 

Sincerely,

Scott D. Nordstrom

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Shellie Stucker (9)

I was raised in Colorado and love the outdoors. I've been a tattoo artist for 18 years, specializing in work from artistic prose to skulls (my favorite), wildlife and everything in between. I love color in my tattoos, but not so much in my drawings. 

Major motivations in my work come from the people in my life, how I am feeling at the time, and what clients and people request; they give me their “likes” and I piece together an image that satisfies them. I am heavily influenced by my memories and surroundings...good and bad.

Besides tattooing, I draw, paint, and sculpt. I love to do floral arrangements and work in any medium that involves nature.

The work featured here is available on wall hangings galore! Simply use the dropdown list under each to choose the display type that suits you. Check out display types descriptions and videos here.

I am 50 years old, a gemini ,and currently working as an artist in a Florida prison. Feel free to write with your comments, questions, and requests.

Star Art Gonzalez (25)

Christian Gonzalez is a young up-and-coming artist from Richmond California.

In 2015 Christian turned his love of drawing into a budding art career. His main style is photorealism, where his uncanny ability to create Masterpiece after Masterpiece using graphite, pastels, and charcoal has generated a strong buzz and magnetize a faithful following.

Christian’s attention to detail and ability to manipulate depth perception to nearly three dimensional appearance, sets him head above shoulders over his contemporaries. He is also leaning towards taking his creativity, imagination and Innovation to the tattoo world.

Steven Baxter  (1)

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Tarqui Mattox (8)

My name is T.D. Mattox. I'm originally from Atlanta, Ga. I've enjoyed creating beautiful and unique art pieces for most of my life. I'm currently incarcerated in the Feds. Although my circumstances are restricting, I still carry within my heart a strong desire to share happiness with others through art. I enjoy creating art that brings joy to people. I like creating art that makes people "feel good". My original artwork is inspired by social events. I hope that you enjoy this art piece as much as I did creating it. Thanks for your support. Please look for more great art pieces to come!

Timothy Jarrard (1)

I was born in 1972 and started to draw by the age of 5 years old. I pretty much been drawing on and off growing up. Wherever I find an art class, I take it. That way I can learn more about the art world. But when I had children, I stopped art so I could raise my kids. 

When I find time, I draw some. I learn how to use different medium and how to combine them. I like to do different styles of artwork, from cartoons to manga. So I hope you like my artwork and enjoy them like I do. Thanks for your time.

Todd Toomer (14)

My name is Todd Toomer and I've been involved in graphic design for over 30 years. Before sentenced to prison, I spenr 15 years teaching grapgic design at the high school level. I've designed everything from architecture to vehicles in space. 

My background is in custom graphics, airbrush, automotive design, marketing, illustration, religious art, and digital design. 

Of particular interest to me is photography, marker renderings, package design, technical theater and "skin art".

I have a deep admiration of graphic novels, 1980s animation, and scary clowns. When I am released from prison I plan to re-open my design firm.

Inspiration for my work, both in prison and out, comes from my children, my family, my friends, and my students. 

I hope you enjoy my work. Like it but need something special? Contact me through my rep, Intern Zachary:

Internzachary@PrisonArtWare.com

Tony Mix (1)

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Troy Glover (47)

Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, kids and adults of all ages! Welcome to Ronin's World of Art. My name is Troy Glover but to my friends I am Ronin.

The art that you will be viewing here has all sparked from my own need to either laugh, tell a story, express a thougnt, or provoke dialogue.

Since my incarceration in the late 90's, my soul's journey has consisted of self-transformation, where I have become a servant to others. 

As a servant, I am an author, a poet, a song¬writer...and now a creator of art.

Through all of these mediums, I have strived to give others a reason to laugh and provide entertainment for the imagination, while stimulating insight and connection; giving voice and a sense of shared unity for those who are unable to speak for themselves.

I pray that you too find something on my art page that will allow me to be a servant for you.

NOTE: I have been away from my family for over twenty years. 90% of all dividends allocated to me goes towards me being a servant for my sons’ college fund!

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Terrance Moody (1)

Hey lovers of art. My name Toric Yearby but, in the art world, let's call me Toric Da Artist! I am a Florida native (Hollywood), and the only child of parents who themselves were very talented artists. Both have since passed (R.I.P.).

I first discovered my artistic talents when I was 14 years old as I learned to the barbering trade, placing various designs in my customers hairstyles. In the years that passed, my artistic skills and interests improved as I went through a transformation in reference to preferred styles of art.

About five years ago, I embraced a style of art that humbles me mentally, lifts my spirit above my current circumstances, and brings me great joy and humbled pride in the finished work. Rhe styles of art I have chosen is that of portraits, animals, and lifelike objects, etc. Because I'm gifted with the visual ability and artistic skills to capture facial expressions and the realism of any object, however, my focus is on portraits.

One morning, five years ago, as I listened to Steve Harvey's inspirational radio talk show, I was inspired to create celebrity portraits (CP) under the topic of consecrated people; i.e., those that set apart to represent the blessings of God Yahweh. Purity of heart, charity, leadership, and success by working for happiness and being industrious.

Like the celebrities I draw, I will set myself apart as an African American artist who is distinguished from other artists in the craft of drawing portraits; inspiring others to have courage, determination, and the will to become the person they want to be. The end of this journey may be a thousand miles away, or one portrait around the corner. No matter the distance, I will get there...one step at a time.

Read about our artists here, then click their name to visit their online portfolio. 

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Read about our artists here, then click their name to visit their online portfolio. 

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