Louis Bennett Schneiderman is a contemporary American artist. He was born in Coral Gables, Florida and the family moved to Ohio when he was a child. He studied art at the University of Akron and then moved to West Palm Beach, Florida where he began his career as an artist.  With a  second move to Atlanta, Georgia he began building a body of work that revolves around spiritual growth.  Many of his works, from the sketch, to the large-scale paintings, incorporate images of a father and son, and a mother and child as symbols of love and  devotion.  Throughout his work there are diverse themes and narratives that recur in his work alluding to current and historical events, musicians, and writers.  His work is included in numerous private and corporate collections including, Saks Fifth Avenue International, The Arthur Blank Foundation, The William Bremen Jewish Home, Nordstroms and Temple Sinai in Atlanta Georgia.  Private collections include, Mrs. Elinor Bremen, Camryn Manheim, Robin Roshkind, Calista Flockhart, Jeffrey Kramer, Juliet Chayat and Peter Czajkowski, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Freeman, Mary Ann Finn, and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Candler.  Louis resides in and maintains a studio in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.