|Residence||Kellys Island, Ohio|
|Education||BFA, Sculpture, Cleveland Institute of Art|
|Awards||Coast Guard Public Service Commendation|
Charles "Chuck" Herndon is an American artist, creating sculptures in stone, metal, and wood, as well as works in painting and photography. He recently retired from Columbus College of Art and Design as Professor Emeritus and presently works out of his studios on Kelleys Island in Lake Erie: a sculpture studio built in 1980 and a painting and photography studio built in 2000.
Charles Herndon has a BFA in Sculpture from the Cleveland Institute of Art.
In 2007, Charles Herndon rescued a boy who survived a plane crash just off of Kelleys Island. In recognition for his actions, he was awarded a Coast Guard Public Service Commendation for heroism.
- "Charles Herndon", Ohio Online Visual Artist Registry, retrieved 2009-10-29
- CCAD Emeritus Faculty Bios, retrieved 2009-10-29
- "Charles Herndon", CIA Online Alumni Gallery, retrieved 2009-10-29
- Lammers, Jacob (September 5, 2007), "Crash jolted memory for rescuer", Sandusky Register, retrieved 2009-10-29
- Officer, External Affairs (2007), "Hero Recognized", Ninth Coast Guard District Public Affairs, retrieved 2009-10-29
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