This is a view from a low security Bureau of Prison facility
My buddy Beaumont was always playing the guitar and singing country songs.
The top sketch is from the initial lockdown, and the laundry line is hanging me and my cellie’s clothes. We both worked out, in my case just about every day, so washing and hanging clothes was a necessity.
This is a self-portrait of me looking out of my cell during the COVID-19 lockdown at U.S. Penitentiary Yazoo City.
I consider myself a painter and use sketches to develop ideas for paintings. Yet sometimes the sketches are all I have.
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.