Publishing, Purchasing and Selling Work by Incarcerated Artists

Please contact us to learn more about how to exhibit and market your loved ones’ work, or for more information on purchasing artwork created by people in prison. The companies listed below are not endorsed by JAC, but we have worked in partnership with some of them. We recommend researching each entity’s business practices very carefully before attempting to sell or buy artwork through them. We are happy to advise if you have any questions.

Art by W.B. Livingston, III

James Cranfill Visual Arts

Jamal Biggs Fine Art Studio

Arts of San Quentin

PrisonArte Online shop for work by incarcerated artists


San Quentin Prison Art

A Touch of Light Captive Art

Angola Prison Rodeo Hobbycraft Sale Bi-annually in April and October

Clean Wear Fashion

Inside/Out Experience Apparel

Montana Correctional Enterprises Hobby Store Made in Montana Products Directory

North Dakota State Penitentiary Arts and Crafts Sale Annually in December

Prison Art Tees Information about self-publishing

Prison Art Ware

Forgive Everyone Co.

DaReal PrisonArt

Prison Journalism Project

In addition, click here for a list of publications accepting submissions from incarcerated people.