Amy Pryor is a Bronx-based artist who utilizes a variety of media to create collages, paintings and installations. She often incorporates data, maps, and imagery from aerial photographs into visual-verbal works that explore the intersections of commerce and culture, and that are suggestive of constructed landscapes. Pryor's work is currently on view at Wave Hill's Glyndor Gallery in the exhibition "Nature Pops!", and in "BRIO VI : Material + Culture & Conditions" at Longwood Art Gallery, The Bronx. Pryor's work has been featured in numerous exhibitions including the Bronx Museum of Art, the Islip Museum, the New Haven Museum, Bronx River Arts Center, Casita Maria Center for the Arts and Education, 92Y TriBeCa, No Longer Empty (NYC) and Frans Masereel Centrum, Belgium. She holds a BFA in Art History and Sculpture from Ohio University, and an MFA in Painting/Printmaking from Yale. Pryor is a 2015 and 2013 recipient of the Bronx Council of the Arts' BRIO grant.