Thomas Lucas • The Rabbit’s Foot Charm, 2016 Photo-polymer gravure

In North American culture, it was carried by the gambler, sold by curio shops and in vending machines at one time believed to bring good luck. Booker T Washington carried “the left hind foot of a graveyard rabbit, killed in the dark of the moon”. This suggests the rabbit’s foot’s particular attributes connect to how the rabbit may have been killed in a particular place, killed by a particular method, or by a person possessing particular attributes.

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Thomas Lucas MFA Merit Scholarship, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. BFA Printmaking Tyler School of Art, Temple University in Philadelphia, Pa. Founder and Master Printer at Hummingbird Press Editions Thomas has published such artists as Kerry Marshall, William Conger, Richard Hunt, Willie Cole and Barbara JonesHogu, Fisk University and Jean Matulka for McCormick Gallery, Chicago. He as taught at Tyler School of Art, The School of the Art Institute Chicago., Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, Anchor Graphics, Columbia College, Penland School of Crafts and Ox bow and is currently on faculty at Chicago State University and Harold Washington College. Having solo and group exhibititions at Chicago State University, South Side Community Art Center, Chicago, Elmhurst College, N’Namdi Contemporary, Miami and Skopelos Greece. Recent commissions for Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events(DCASE) and Chicago Transit Authority(CTA). Gallery representation by N’Namdi Contemporary Miami-Detroit.



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