Endlessness (Winter)

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BRIAN PRUGH
Endlessness (Winter), Oil on wood panel, 2013

Brian Prugh completed an MA in Philosophy from the University of Chicago, where he was a Javits Fellow, before turning to making art full time.  He worked as an artist in Chicago, St. Louis, Indianapolis, Cape Cod, and New York City before entering the MFA program at the University of Iowa.  Upon graduation he plans to move onto a boat parked in the Biscayne Bay outside of Miami, Florida, where he will work as an artist and independent critic.

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