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Member Since 28 Dec 2013
Offline Last Active Sep 29 2016 03:39 PM
First efforts at using CriCut for silkscreen, printing underglaze onto rice paper, and then transferring images to pots...pretty darned successful. 'Learned a lot! Updated 26 Sep · 2 comments

About Me

Paul is somewhere between his third career and the point where clay art will dominate his retirement lifestyle. Architecture, music, overseas travel, and theatrical set design are major influences in Paul's work, resulting in a lot of experimenting and a body of work that is best defined as an eclectic mix. Ceramic musical instruments are Paul's passion, particularly whimsical, mesoamerica-influenced ocarinas. Much of Paul's work happens in his home garagio...the rest happens in the clay studio at Belmont University where Paul covets the large, Bailey, downdraft kiln ;) ).
Paul Chenoweth - Clay Artist

On a day-to-day basis, I live in the world of Information Technology and manage the web programming staff for Belmont University. My M.Ed degree focused on technology in education and building learning communities...so when I find an active online community such as the CAC, I feel like I am at home and among friends.

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  • Active Posts 515
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  • Member Title Senior Geek & Whimsical Artist
  • Age 66 years old
  • Birthday January 26, 1950
  • Gender
    Male Male
  • Location
    Nashville, Tennessee - Where at least a few studios make something besides music.
  • Interests
    Ceramic Musical Instruments, Figure Sculpture, Handbuilt/Thrown-altered Pieces (with music themes). Paul sketches...probably has something to do with his architectural background.

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