Dwight Pogue

Printmaker Dwight Pogue was born in Springfield, Missouri. He earned his BFA and MA from Kansas State College in Pittsburg, KS, and an MFA from the University of Oklahoma. His work has been exhibited in institutions including Southern Graphics Council International Conference at Pacific Northwest College of Art in Portland, OR; The Art Students League’s The 82nd National Print Exhibition at the Phyllis Harriman Mason Gallery in New York City, Turtle Gallery in Deer Isle, Maine; Delind Gallery of Fine Art, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Monoprint Guild of New England’s Third National Exhibition of Monotypes & Monoprints at Barrington Center for the Art at Gordon College in Wenham, Massachusetts; Full Spectrum: Prints from the Brandywine Collection at the Philadelphia Museum of Art in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Larson Gallery at Columbia College in Missouri; W. Keith & Janet Kellogg University Art Gallery at California State Polytechnic University in Pomona; Taipei Fine Arts Museum in Taiwan; Museum of Modern Art of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil; and Kanagawa Prefectural Gallery in Japan. Pogue also worked at Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts as Professor of Art teaching Offset Lithography, Offset Monoprinting and Drawing; Cameron University in Lawton, Oklahoma as Associate Professor teaching printmaking and drawing; and Bradford College of Art and Technology in Yorkshire, England through the Fulbright Program as a Senior Lecturer in Printmaking.

Artist Info

Born

August 21 1949

Springfield, Missouri

Website

http://dwightpogue.com/

Gender

Male

Nationality

American (Caucasian)