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

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Before my incarceration, I couldn't draw so much as a stick figure. I got locked up and needed a way to make money, so I started tattooing, doing the same generic "death art" you see on so many sleeves. Eventually I started looking at the tattoo magazines.
Seeing all the amazing work that was being produced. Before that, tattoos were just a rebellious statement. But from then on, they were an amazing new way to express myself. 
I started drawing all I could, to make sure I could put out the best art I could. Being a more "happy-go-lucky", I gravitated toward comical subjects and illustration. A lot of my art still contains darker themes, but with a twist that gives a lighter spin. I may live in a dungeon, but my art takes me to a happier place.

I started drawing at a young age, scribbling on my parents walls and usually getting myself into a bit of trouble. I always found myself sketching different things, on and off, through periods of my life. But I never thought that art would ever lead me places. As I became older, the light of art slowly began to fade. I always knew that I was good at creating something magnificent with my hands, but I had so much on my plate I never really had time to sit down and focus on drawing.

Coming to prison has given me that time to finally re-ignite that passion of art I’ve held captive for such a long time. In the past, I’ve learned a few tricks of the trade, and have critiqued my skills to a point that I feel the rest of the world should see. I’m proud of how much I’ve flourished and grown in art, and I am ready to share a piece of what I have to offer.

Click here to visit my online portfolio. Or if you like my work and want to own it on any of over 70 products (like apparel, coffee cups, iPhone skins and more), click here to visit my online shop.

PrisonArtWare.com offers its artists the unprecedented opportunity to own a place of their own online; a virtual gallery, personal space, and retail venue we call a "Featured Artist Page". Click here to view Nathaniel's generic Featured Artist Page where you can help him with any amount towards the $35 yearly cost of maintaining the space.

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

We're on a first name basis with our artists. Please view prison art by first name. 

Barry Nunez

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Click here to visit my online portfolio. Or if you like my work and want to own it on any of over 70 products (like apparel, coffee cups, iPhone skins and more), click here to visit my online shop.

PrisonArtWare.com offers its artists the unprecedented opportunity to own a place of their own online; a virtual gallery, personal space, and retail venue we call a "Featured Artist Page". Click here to view Bruce's generic Featured Artist Page where you can help him with any amount towards the $35 yearly cost of maintaining the space.

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