Gallery #1

This space provides an opportunity to highlight artwork by people in prison, formerly incarcerated artists, and other artists working in and around the US carceral system. This includes visual art images, writing, and videos. Please contact us if you would like to add a file to the gallery, and review the consent form. We also ask that you contact us if you are interested in utilizing images of any of the artwork in the gallery for your own purposes, or would like to connect with any of the featured artists.

Please note that Justice Arts Coalition is not able to sell artwork unless it has been donated to us. If you would like to learn more about how to market your loved ones’ work, or wish to connect directly with an artist or their designee to discuss a purchase, feel free to reach out to us.

At the Market by Jeremiah Murphy (2020), Acrylic on canvas
“This is from a photo taken in the 1920’s by Walker Evans. I colorizes the subject to add depth to the scene.”
FRGE Sample by Jeremiah Murphy (2020), Acrylic on canvas
“This is painted from a photo taken in a grocery store in New York State.”
F35 J.S.F. by Jeremiah Murphy (2019), Acrylic on watercolor paper
Geisha III by Jeremiah Murphy (2018), Acrylic on 2-ply tagboard
“From a photo in a book about Asia”
Looking Out by Jeremiah Murphy (2020)
“This is from a black & white photo taken by John Vink in 1986. I colorized outside the train car to add interest & added the pop of color to the hobo’s glasses as a focal point.”