John Lochtefeld

John Lochtefeld (American/Contemporary) Acrylic and Pen on Artist Board “Unicorns and Whales”

John F. Lochtefeld’s professional career in the arts thrived following his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Notre Dame
and his Master of Fine Arts degree from the University of Hawaii.
The latter was earned while on duty for the US Army, while stationed there.

The artist chose a career as an academic; a Professor of Fine Art
first at Mercyhurst College and Kutztown University, both in Pennsylvania, before accruing 25 years on the faculty of Marymount College in Tarrytown, New York

Since 1969 Lochtefeld has raised a family, lived and worked on Nantucket Island.

Professor, printmaker, painter and sculptor, Lochtefeld has been celebrated during his tenure and since among more than 20 invitational and solo exhibitions. Works are held in private and public collections from Western Europe and across the Americas to Honolulu and Tokyo. The artist has garnered a variety of awards including
the Emile Jacque Gold Medal from the University of Notre Dame
the Berwick Award for Watercolor, the Gannon Award for Liturgical Art
and dozens of awards among exhibitions mounted by the Artists’ Association of Nantucket.”

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