Hanging art

Jeffrey Greene, program manager with the Community Partners in Action, Prison Arts Program, hangs a colored pencil drawing, a self portrait by created by Connecticut prisoner James Pinder, titled 'Good Bye' on the walls of the New London Main Street office at 311 State Street in New London, Thursday, March 22, 2018. The drawing is one of the pieces of artwork selected to comprise a permanent collection, which will be on display from April 14-May 19. The annual community partners in action Prison Arts Program opens at the Garde Gallery at 305 State Street at the same time. (Tim Martin/The Day)
Jeffrey Greene, program manager with the Community Partners in Action, Prison Arts Program, hangs a colored pencil drawing, a self portrait by created by Connecticut prisoner James Pinder, titled "Good Bye" on the walls of the New London Main Street office at 311 State Street in New London, Thursday, March 22, 2018. The drawing is one of the pieces of artwork selected to comprise a permanent collection, which will be on display from April 14-May 19. The annual community partners in action Prison Arts Program opens at the Garde Gallery at 305 State Street at the same time. (Tim Martin/The Day)

Jeffrey Greene, program manager with the Community Partners in Action, Prison Arts Program, hangs a colored pencil drawing, a self portrait by created by Connecticut prisoner James Pinder, titled "Good Bye" on the walls of the New London Main Street office at 311 State Street in New London, Thursday, March 22, 2018.

The drawing is one of the pieces of artwork selected to comprise a permanent collection, which will be on display from April 14-May 19. The annual community partners in action Prison Arts Program opens at the Garde Gallery at 305 State Street at the same time.

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