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THOMAS FREESE has studied arts and crafts since 1976 in various locales, including the Southwest Craft Center and the McNay Art Institute in San Antonio, TX and El Tecnologico de Estudios Superiores de Nuevo Leon in Mexico. Thomas also spent 11 years in New Mexico, where he became familiar with Native American art and culture. He has mastered a variety of crafts, including calligraphy, eraser carving, rubber stamp design, and jewelry making, and offers classes for schools in jewelry making, printing, Native American crafts and culture, the art of rubber stamping, and Spanish and Mexican folk-art crafts.
For Art On-Air, he shows students how to make a tessellating stamp and how to make an accordion-fold book.
Designer of Rubber Stamps:
Critter #1 ©1995, Thomas Freese
hand-carved rubber stamp
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Contact Thomas Freese through the Kentucky Arts Council: (502) 564-3757
Last Updated: Monday, 29-Dec-2008 15:23:24 EST