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Tom Schlosser

Mr. Tom Schlosser is an Associate Professor at the College of Saint Mary in Omaha, Nebraska, where he supervises many programs in addition to his teaching responsibilities. Mr. Schlosser serves as Program Director for the Art and Computer Graphics facility at the College of Saint Mary, directs the Hillmer Art Gallery and aids in the exhibition of art collections at the college and across the state of Nebraska. Mr. Schlosser has been honored with two exhibitions at the Joslyn Art Museum as well as being elected as ConAgra Professor of the year by his colleagues. In addition, Mr. Schlosser realizes first-hand the societal importance of enlightening the citizenry about art. To that important end, Mr. Schlosser has maintained his capacity as an artist in residence with the Omaha Public Schools, has received three grants from the, Nebraska Arts Council and has actively approached private donors for the establishment of permanent art galleries and collections. Mr. Schlosser's artistic creativity focuses on the environment and the importance of the arts in education.

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Cycle of Trees , 1993

by Tom Schlosser

 

Mediums: Plastic

Location: Mid-Town; Benson High School 5120 Maple Street Benson High School, located inside the vestibule at the Northwest entrance to the school.

Owner: Omaha Public Schools


Nebraska Mural

by Tom Schlosser

 

Mediums: Concrete

Location: Mid-Town; Benson West 6652 Maple located on the North side of the school on Binney street in the circle drive

Owner: Omaha Public Schools


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