Charles Baughman is a nationally known artist as well as a long-time art educator. Charles received his Bachelor’s degree in Studio Arts and Art History from Kearney State College in Kearney, Nebraska and his Master of Fine Arts in Painting/Sculpture from Wichita State University.
Charles has an extensive background as a fine artist, exhibiting work around the country, and has been involved in art education for over a decade. Charles has been an instructor at the Wichita Art Museum, Wichita State University, Cowley County Community College, Butler County Community College, Wichita Center for the Arts, and Friends University.
Charles has developed and taught classes ranging from Art Appreciation and Figurative Sculpture to advanced drawing courses and painting.
Click the following link to read an essay about Charles Baughman by Novalene Ross, retired chief curator of the Wichita Art Museum