Making Art in Prison In the '90s, prisoners in Texas painted elaborate scenes on handkerchiefs, called paños, with ballpoint pens. Maria Hinojosa goes to the home of a New York art collector who displays them in his home.
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Making Art in Prison

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Making Art in Prison

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In the '90s, prisoners in Texas painted elaborate scenes on handkerchiefs, called paños, with ballpoint pens. Maria Hinojosa goes to the home of a New York art collector who displays them in his home.