Mosart by Schuettinger is passionately committed to using traditional and meticulous hand craftsmanship in creating unique Art Furniture. Our studio is located in historic New Market, MD., between Baltimore and Washington, DC


Bruce M. Schuettinger trained in the collegiate studio fine art community where he studied design, craft, and art history culminating in his graduation with honors in fine art from Towson State University in 1978. His main areas of study were studio furniture, abstract painting, and color theory. In 1978 he won the best of show in sculpture for his chair entitled “Lounge Chair 1” in the Student Senior Show. His influences at the time were the works of Jack Rodger Hopkins, Wendell Castle, George Nakashima, James Krenov, Marcel Breuer and Ludwig Mies Van Der Rohe. Bruce M. Schuettinger was also a painter where his influences and areas of study were the Tonalism, Abstracted Expressionism, Cubism, and Impressionism fine art movements and the works of J M W Turner, Claude Monet, William Da Kooning, Jasper Johns, and Josef Albers.