Brian Napier (b. 1992, Tulsa, Oklahoma; lives and works in Brooklyn) is an MFA candidate studying sculpture and integrated practice at Pratt Institute. Having grown up in the idyllic natural settings of Lake Tahoe, California and Denver, Colorado, Napier’s work deconstructs the origins of environmental philosophies, firmly rooted itself in the reflection of self, place, and wholistic thinking. . He has exhibited extensively in both solo and group exhibitions across Colorado, Minnesota, New York and California. Most recently, his work was exhibited in solo exhibitions GOING GOING GONE (2017) at Leon gallery in Denver and Crooked Timber (2017) at Redline Contemporary in Denver Colorado; as well as in group show Yeah Maybe IX (2016) at Yeah Maybe Gallery in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Napier received his BFA in Visual Arts from the University of Denver in 2015.