The Templar Association of Jumilla (ATJ) illustrates the cover of its annual magazine with a Ferrari built into yarn by an inmate of Educational Treatment Unit (UTE) of the Prison Murcia Murcia II located in the town of Campos del Río, which has invested 60 hrs.
in its preparation, penitentiary considered one of the best and most modern in Spain, where Montes, the author of the work, share space with another illustration coal, a schooner, "Libertad" FAF Correctional Center Sevilla II, internal participating in the Phoenix Project Prisoners of Fine Arts and Crafts created in 2006 by the ATJ.
The milites Christi Murcia temple town famous for its wines, this work out in your summary report, twelve thousand miles they have traveled the product of their visits last year to various prisons in which, besides painting employ the thread and exhibitions outside the prisons as therapy to stimulate rehabilitation, self-esteem and combating social exclusion of prisoners in coordination with the scorecards of prisons, sticking to turn to the guidelines of the Ministry Interior through the General Secretariat of Penitentiary Institutions who have declared to the ATJ partner association in prisons Murcia II and Daroca in Zaragoza.
The work is in Barcelona where Jumillana Cultural Association, together with the ATJ, prepare an exhibition at the emblematic Barcelona neighborhood of Poble Sec in which, for the second year commerce, and four parishes adhere, will present pictorial works and crafts corresponding to inmates participating in the Templar project, located in twenty prisons in the Spanish territory.
Source: Templarios de Jumilla