Artwork by Brian Hindson

This is a sketch of the food service vocational-tech quarantine area, where I was put with 32 guys when I first got to Federal Correctional Institution, Big Spring in November 2020. We were on military cots with a temporary toilet and shower, and we all subsequently got COVID-19. We slept about one foot away from each other. I used this sketch later on a handkerchief drawing.

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Brian Hindson

Brian Hindson is a contributing artist whose favorite styles of work are impressionism and pop art. He particularly likes pop art for its audacity. His favorite artist is Edward Hopper. Brian is incarcerated in Texas. His work is published on the Justice Arts Coalition.