|— Wikipedian ♂ —|
|Born||January 26, 1950|
Bowling Green, Kentucky
|Current location||Nashville, Tennessee|
|Education and employment|
|Occupation||Manager, Web Programming Services|
|High school||Lanier High School (Macon, Georgia)|
|University||Belmont University, Auburn University|
Wikipedia Projects and Articles
Paul's primary focus as an editor on Wikipedia is to upgrade the level and accuracy of information regarding Belmont University and Belmont Mansion. In April 2014, Paul and 6 Belmont graduate students, researched and published a new article for the Belmont Tower and Carillon.
Paul is a clay artist and potter specializing in the construction of ceramic musical instruments and MugPhlutes, whimsical sculptural pieces that generally combine a functional whistle/flute and a cup/mug. Mr. Chenoweth's ocarinas, and whistles fall within the category of Aerophones among musical instrument classifications. His blog, Paul Chenoweth - Clay Artist, includes numerous references to the making of ceramic musical instruments along with personal reflections on Paul's journey working with clay.
Where to find Paul online
Paul is an aging digital native and may be found in several places:
--bruingeek 10:57, 2 September 2007 (UTC)
- Chenoweth, Paul. "Paul Chenoweth - Clay Artist".