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Greetings from JTVCC Smyrna Del-o-where?! As bad as it is here, it has gotten better since the Sargent Floyd riot, hostage, murder thing. I'm on my 7th of a 20 year bit, and I just turned 60!
I've submitted over 30 studio gallery-quality paintings in the JTVCC Prison Art Program, and not one has sold. And I can't get them back. But "...it's therapy and I should be grateful..." Sigh.
The truth is that I have more inner peace now than I've had since I was 10-years-old. Art, music, ...amd the Word; it's the communication of the heart. Thank you for letting me share this with you. Freedom is a state of mind, mostly; a state of being...not so much.
-- A Jimmyism
Click here to view my online portfolio where you can purchase my work on over 70 products.
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Jeremiah is an artist with skill beyond words. His ability to work across multiple genres is unusual in the prison art space. Further, his use of every type of medium, from chalk to oil paints, sets him apart from artists both free and not.
We hope you'll click here to visit Jeremiah's online portfolio where you can view then purchase it on over 100 products.. items like face masks, apparel, wall paper (yes that wall paper), furniture and more.
Jeremiah now has a YouTube channel where you can check out videos of his work, even help him produce new videos. Check it out here.
Finally, you can't miss his new Featured Artist Page--a living, breathing space where you can view, read about, and purchase his original works, or Giclee limited prints.
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With over 40 years of experience, I have been drawing since I was able to hold a pencil. I was born December 2, 1971 in Bradenton, Florida.
I have several passions when it comes to my art. I love to airbrush and have airbrushed t-shirts. I once airbrushed Martin Luther King and Malcom X on a car.
I'm very passionate about Afro-centric art. I have a tarot deck I made on the Orishas of Dahomey and the "OBA", just waiting to get published.
I also love adding Adrinkas in my art and have a talent carving things for my grandsons.
I love drawing African and Latino women, because of all the art and colors in the culture. I like teaching art and Sanfoka as well.
Family has always been an important part of my life. I love my family and we are very close. I am especially close to my grandsons. I have just over 7 years left in prison and my family will always there for me, just as I am for them
I'm Joel Kline I make small pictures with acrylics and watercolor paint am watercolor paper. they are about 2-4 inch by 2-4 inches. Mostly I make them into greeting cards but would love to be able to sell them without making them into greeting cards. I was hoping to be able to send you 5 or 10 of them a week. Each takes me about 4-6 hours to make.
I have a life sentence and will never get out of prison so I have nothing but time.
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