PrisonArtWear.com proudly presents the presents work of Jerome Thomas
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.
Feel free to write with comments, questions and requests:
Jerome Thomas #483089-019
c/o FCI ESTILL
P.O. Box 699
Estill, SC 29918