Jodi Arias, convicted earlier this year of murdering salesman Travis Alexander, is selling limited edition prints from prison. Her website has recently announced that prints of her work "Sailing at Sunset" are available for $39, while the original work can be purchased for $1,500. According to abc.com, Chris Hegstrom, spokesman for the Maricopa County Sherriff' Office that overseas Aria's imprisonment "She's able to have access to paper and purchase color pencils, and if she wants to release her property to someone outside, she can."

Of her work, Arias says that "since I was a child, I've been drawn to art." Indeed, this is not the first time that Arias' 'artwork' has been sold online. The Huffington Post reported back in January that works by the 32-year-old went on sale on e-Bay, raking in $1,019.98. According to the auction listings, "All profits go towards Jodi's family traveling expenses to the trial, other fees, and of course money for Jodi so she can eat better food than what they serve in jail." Arias announced she was filing for bankruptcy via twitter on October 10.

Arias was convicted in May of murdering her ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander by stabbing him 27 times, shooting him in the face and slitting his throat in June 2008. The defense at the trial contended that Arias was acting in self-defense. Arias was convicted of first-degree murder.