So who won it all on "Work of Art: The Next Great Artist" (Wed., 9 p.m. EST on Bravo)?
For the final competition, the three remaining artists -- Sara, Young and Kymia -- were sent home with a budget of $7,500 and three months to put together a solo exhibit. Sara put together a performance piece based on confessions from random people on the street. Young's represented the circle of life, including a shrine for his father that he put in on the suggestion of Simon during home visits.
But it was Kymia's examination of spirituality and death in her art that took home the top prize. "Thank you so much," Kymia said. "I couldn't be more shocked and shaky and happy. This is amazing." Kymia proved there is truth to the notion of a "starving artist," saying, "I don't have any money right now. I have $50 to my name right now. Literally." Make that $100,050 after cashing the prize and having one of her pieces of art go up for auction.
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