Since 1992, Brant Schuller has been working as a printmaker making sculptural prints and works on paper. He received a 2001 Pennsylvania Council on the Arts Fellowship in Visual Art for this work. Schuller has been granted two residences at the Frans Masereel Center in Belgium where he made prints that are included in the permanent collection of the Royal Art Museum, Antwerp. He was also in Residence in Japan at the Nagasawa Art Park working with masters of the Moku Hanga technique. Other collections that Schuller's work my be found in include the Frans Masereel Center in Kasterlee, Belgium; The New York Public Library, New York, New York; The Museum of Modern Art / Franklin Furnace Artist's Book Archive, New York, New York; The Joan Flasch Artist's Book Archive, Chicago, Illinois; Visual Studies Workshop Media Archive, Rochester, New York; The Lawson Drawing Collection of Austin Peay University, Clarksville, Tennessee; The Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, Arkansas; University of Wisconsin, Parkside, Wisconsin; and the Banff Center, Banff, Alberta, Canada. Schuller's solo exhibitions have been at Anchor Graphics, Chicago, Illinois, Temple Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Spaces, Cleveland, Ohio and The Society for Northern Alberta Printmakers, Alberta, Canada. His work has been exhibited nationally and internationally in group exhibitions from which he has received a number of awards and honors. "SITE-SEEING", a collaborative project with artist Kristy Krivitsky, was written about in Lucy Lippard's On the Beaten Track. His work has also been included in Sculpture, Juxtapoz, Antenna magazines and many newspapers including the Philadelphia Weekly and Cleveland Plain Dealer. Schuller earned a BFA from the Cleveland Institute of Art, Cleveland, Ohio and a MFA from the Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania. Mr. Schuller is currently a Professor of Art at Millersville University in Millersville, Pennsylvania.