The exhibit, titled, "A Walk Across Dakota," offers viewers a unique visual perspective of the Dakota Prairie.
"Paul has an incredible eye and we are proud to have his work displayed in the Wagner Center," said Courtney Marshall, alumni association executive director. "His work is truly spectacular, and I think alumni and friends will enjoy this exhibit."
Schiller, a 1969 graduate of The University of South Dakota, has worked as a professional photographer in addition to his work as a journalist and advertising executive. In 2000, Paul and his wife, Koni, founded "Acts of Nature" an imaging company specializing in "interior landscaping" via photography.
" ?A Walk Across Dakota' shows you the wonders up close and the majesty from a broad perspective we proudly know as Dakota," Schiller said.
"South Dakota has been called the land of infinite variety. I can verify that and I hope that by spending a few minutes with these images, you can discover that we live in a truly wondrous part of this earth.�It's not dull and boring, but rather, exciting and inspirational."
The exhibit is the third in an on-going series of art shows featuring the work of USD alumni. The Heritage Gallery in the Wagner Alumni Center is open to the public from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays.