Robert Skelley was a professor of Graphic Design at the University of Florida’s School of Art + Art History until 2003. Skelley’s woodcut prints have been exhibited in one-person, group and invitational exhibitions nationally. His work is in the collections of numerous museums, universities and corporations, and received purchase awards for his woodcuts at the Boston Museum, Brooklyn Museum, Mint Museum, San Francisco Museum the Savannah Museum, R.J. Reynolds Corporation, Hallmark Corporation, American Society of Graphic Artists, and the Library of Congress. Publications include American Artist and Novum Gebrauchs Graphic magazines, Who’s Who in American Art, and Thirty Years of American Printmaking. Skelley is the recipient of numerous awards including a University of Florida Faculty Sabbatical (1979), a Summer Research Appointment (1978-79) and a Humanities Council Research Grant (1977).