Brianne Schoolcraft, an artist who currently lives and works in Bethlehem Pennsylvania, produces abstract and text-based paintings. She recently received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Moravian College where she graduated summa cum laude with a major in Studio Art and an English minor. Her academic pursuits have led her to speak in front of an international audience at York Saint John University in York, England, and the University of Toronto in Toronto, Canada, on research and the educational climate in the United States. She has worked as a studio assistant for artist Aron Johnston, and has a versatile skill list not only as an artist in the mediums of graphite, paint, and photography, but also as a graphic designer, researcher, public speaker, and writer. Schoolcraft has exhibited her artwork in two solo exhibitions at Moravian College’s Space 105 and Payne Gallery, and in several group exhibitions from her time as a Visual Art major at the Lehigh Valley Charter High School for the Arts and as a Studio Art major at Moravian College. Her works and interests range from abstraction to photorealism to fiction.