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Dale G Baucum

from Memphis, TN
Age ~68

Dale Baucum Phones & Addresses

  • 1864 Lyndale Ave, Memphis, TN 38107 (901) 276-3160
  • 1864 Lyndale Ave, Memphis, TN 38107

Work

Company: Baucum pottery 1973 to 2013 Position: Owner

Education

Degree: BFA School / High School: Memphis College of Art 1971 to 1973 Specialities: Ceramics, Printmaking

Skills

Kiln Construction • Product Development and Photography • Studio Management • Pottery • Studio Managers • Ceramic • Painting • Art • Clay • Fine Art • Drawing • Wheel Throwing • Visual Arts • Mixed Media • Galleries • Contemporary Art • Art Education • Sculpture

Awards

Double vision a 40 year retrospective in clay - The dixon gallery

Interests

Physics, Painting, Drawing, Art Historty

Industries

Fine Art

Resumes

Resumes

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Owner, Baucum Pottery

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Position:
Owner at Baucum Pottery
Location:
Greater Memphis Area
Industry:
Fine Art
Work:
Baucum Pottery since 1973
Owner

Memphis College of Art 1985 - 1989
Ceramics Instructor
Education:
Memphis College of Art 1971 - 1973
BFA, Ceramics, Printmaking
Skills:
Kiln Construction
Product Development and Photography
Studio Management
Pottery
Studio Managers
Ceramic
Painting
Art
Clay
Fine Art
Drawing
Wheel Throwing
Visual Arts
Mixed Media
Galleries
Contemporary Art
Art Education
Sculpture
Interests:
Physics, Painting, Drawing, Art Historty
Honor & Awards:
Tennessee State Museum Permanent Collection • 10th Annual Piedmont Crafts Exhibition • Ceramic Award, Beverly Art Center • Kitchen Port Casserole Competition, Ann Arbor, Mich. • Mississippi River Crafts Show, Brooks Art Gallery, Functional Ceramics, Wooster, Ohio • Two-person exhibit, University of Mississippi, Oxford Miss., • Pottery by Ten Tennesseans, Renwick Gallery • 8 Approaches to Function, Avila College, Kansas City • TACA Crafts Fair Clay Award • Local Point of Light Award • Most Outstanding Alumni 1990-1991 Northwest Community College • Best of TN Crafts Exhibition 1998 & 2000 • Pink Palace Award of Merit 1999, 2000, 2001& 2002 • Master Artist Award, Gallery 10 WKNO 2003, 2007 • An Exhibition of Baucum Pottery, Christian Brothers University 2004 • TACA Merit Award 2004 Spring Fair • TACA Exhibitors Choice Award 2004 • Brooks League, Art Fair Award of Merit 2005 • Pink Palace Award of Merit 2007 • Ann Arbor Art Fair 2009, 2010 • Exhibition Memphis College of Art 2013 •
Awards:
Double Vision a 40 Year Retrospective in Clay
The Dixon Gallery
Memphis potters Brin Armstrong Baucum and Dale Baucum have received an honor rarely given to working artists. "Double Vision: A Retrospective in Clay," showing at the Dixon Gallery and Gardens through Oct. 14, displays a hundred individual and joint works as the couple celebrate the 40th anniversary of their marriage and entwined careers. The Baucums work together in the studio at their home on Lyndale Avenue near Rhodes College. Dale expresses their philosophy on the baucumpottery.com website: "Working with clay is a type of art that rejuvenates us every day that we encounter it. ... Every different pot has its own space, its own time, and unique life." Dixon director Kevin Sharp was introduced to their work through the couple's participation in the museum's February pottery sale. "I would see them once a year at the show," he said. "Then we began to talk; they're two of the most delightful people you ever want to meet." "Around 2010, they mentioned that their 40th anniversary as a couple and as artists was coming up. And it seemed like an opportunity to celebrate that anniversary with an exhibition. Associate curator Julie Pierotti and I went over on a studio visit. We saw this incredible progression of works from 1972 to the present." Sharp's vision of the exhibition expanded from a small event into the multi-gallery installation that visitors can see today. He suggested that the couple cap the chronological display of four decades with something entirely new, without specifying what direction that might take. "I didn't say, 'Produce these fabulous tiles,'" he says. "I mentioned that it would be great to have something in the show that no one had ever seen. They took it to a level of creativity that I could never have imagined."
Dale G Baucum from Memphis, TN, age ~68 Get Report