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Real estate developer , sculptor

David Richard Huchthausen, American sculptor, real estate developer. Research grant Woodson Foundation, 1973-1974; Stein fellowship Illinois State University, 1976; Fulbright scholar University Applied Arts, 1977-1978.

Background

Huchthausen, David Richard was born on March 25, 1951 in Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, United States. Son of Richard Leeland and Irma Ruth (Fehrmann) Huchthausen.

Education

Bachelor, University of Wisconsin, Wausau, 1972;Bachelor of Science, University of Wisconsin, 1974;Master of Fine Arts, Illinois State University, 1977.

Career

Instructor, Illinois State University, Bloomington, 1975-1977;instructor, Royal College Art, London, 1977;artist-in-residence, J. and L. Lobmetr, Vienna, Austria, 1977-1978;design director, Milropa Studios, New York City, 1979-1980;professor art, Tennessee Technology U., Cookeville, 1980-1989;managing partner, W/H Properties, Seattle, since 1989;president, Somerset Properties Inc., Seattle, since 1994. Curatorial consultant Woodson Art Museum, Wausau, Wisconsin, 1976-1990.

Works

Membership

Chair executive committee Greater Duwamish Committee, Seattle, since 1995. Member South Downtown Business Group, Seattle, since 1995, Trust for History Preservation. Member American Craft Council, Glass Art Society, Classic Yach Association, Sodo Business Association (Seattle).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: historic preservation, antique collecting.

Connections

father:
Richard Leeland Huchthausen

mother:
Irma Ruth (Fehrmann) Huchthausen