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artist , illustrator , art educator

Jacqueline Kahane Freedman, American Art educator. Recipient First prize in contest for logo design, United States Navy, Brooklyn, 1957. Member American Institute Graphic Arts. (board directors Cleveland chapter since 1991).

Background

Freedman, Jacqueline Kahane was born on June 22, 1937 in Brooklyn. Daughter of William and Yetta Kahane.

Education

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Pratt Institute, 1958. Master of Fine Arts, Syracuse University, 1990.

Career

Layout artist, A&S Department Store, Brooklyn, 1957;textile designer, M. Lowenstein & Sons, New York City, 1958-1960;graphic designer, Ben Feder Inc., New York City, 1960-1961;textile designer, M. Lowenstein & Sons, New York City, 1961-1963;freelance artist, private practice, Poughkeepsie, New York, 1968-1973;designer, Joan Luntz Studio, Cleveland, 1973-1975;art professor, Cuyahoga Community College, Highland Hills, Ohio., since 1976.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Illustrator Today with Music, 1972, The Kitten in the Pumpkin Patch, 1973, The Big Sukkah, 1986, Jewish Stories One Generation Tells Another, since 1986. Commissioned works include portraits, Jewish marriage contracts, landscapes, florals, and animals, Four Bright Lights A Hanukkah Tale of The Underground Railroads, 2010.

Membership

Member American Institute Graphic Arts. (board directors Cleveland chapter since 1991).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: opera, classical music, electronic equipment.

Connections

Married Frederick Freedman (deceased), October 16, 1960 (widowed July 1975). Children: Stuart Morse Freedman, Rebecca Robin Freedman.

father:
William Kahane

mother:
Yetta Kahane

spouse:
Frederick Freedman

children:
Stuart Morse Freedman

Rebecca Robin Freedman