Benedict Scheuer is an interdisciplinary artist—his artwork imagines possibilities of belonging. Within this practice, drawing and painting are instruments of devotion, connecting the body to that which exists outside of it. Most recently, his works on paper and silk have been exhibited in solo presentations at Marlborough Gallery New York, United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities, No Place Gallery, Belle Isle Viewing Room, and Abattoir; with notable group presentations at the Pizutti Collection of the Columbus Museum of Art and the Akron Art Museum as part of the Front Triennial. Scheuer’s education includes a B.A. in Environmental Studies from Yale (2014), an MFA in Visual Art from the Ohio State University (2020), and attendance at the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture (2023). He lives in Columbus, Ohio.