If you are interested in buying reproductions of Terence’s artwork, you can visit this website:
All proceeds collected will be used to fund his commissary account so he can buy supplies to create more art to feed the soul, postage and paper to communicate with the outside world, and basic hygiene and food products to sustain the body.
The only “art supplies” people on Texas’s death row can acquire (using funds on their commissary account) are flat boards for canvases, packets of colored pencils, and small sets of watercolors like the ones you might buy for a Kindergartener. Therefore, death-row artists have to be very inventive. Reportedly, one artist is adept at making brushes using hair he “buys” from another inmate. The hair is threaded through the plastic remnants of a pen. “Paint” is made by mixing crushed colored pencils, water, and watercolors together through a process of trial and error.
Here are some paintings that Terence has created while on death row:
Art Deco Protectors of Africa
Jimi Hendrix Rockin' in the Sky
Ball of Confusion
in collaboration with Reynaldo Dennes