Dave Freeman is a graduate of Herron School of Art & Design, class of 2012, with a BFA in Furniture Design, minoring in Book Arts and Art History. After gaining five years of experience in the printing and binding industry at Print Resources, enough tools had been accumulated to start a full-time woodworking career.
Patterns are where my interest lies, whether created by nature or man, and the production of them in wood has led my artistic pursuits since I was in school. Under the guidance of Ted Ross, I took a deep dive into Clarence Rannefeld’s world of laminated wood pattern design, producing panels of parquetry for use as furniture components. These patterns have a tendency to inform the shape and aesthetic of the pieces they end up inspiring and inhabiting.
IUPUI, Herron School of Art & Design, BFA Furniture Design, minors in Book Arts and Art History
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