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Trenton Baylor

  • Associate Professor - Art - Sculpture
  • Art and Design Department
  • Masters of Fine Art, UW-Madison,
  • PHONE: (262) 595-2199
  • EMAIL: baylor@uwp.edu
Trenton Baylor
Born and raised in Milwaukee, WI, Trenton Baylor received a Bachelor’s degree in Art and Certification to Teach Art (K-12) from the University of Wisconsin –Parkside’96 and a Master of Fine Arts degree from the University of Wisconsin Madison ’99. He is currently an Associate Professor in the Art and Design Department at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside where he teaches Sculpture, Digital Fabrication and Woodworking and Furniture Design courses. He continues to exhibit his sculpture in local, regional, and national exhibitions and has several works in public and private collections.

Teaching Interests

Sculpture
Woodworking and Furniture Design
Digital Design and Fabrication

Research Interests

Consulting Interests

ART 103 - INTRODUCTION TO 3-D DESIGN
ART 236 - BEGINNING SCULPTURE
ART 238 - BEGIN WOODWORKG/FURNITURE DSGN
ART 238 - BEGIN WOODWORKG/FURNITURE DSN
ART 289 - TPCS 3-DIMENSIONAL STUDIO ART:
ART 299 - INDEPENDENT STUDY
ART 299 - INDEPENDENT STUDY:
ART 336 - INTERMEDIATE SCULPTURE
ART 338 - INTRMD WOODWORKG/FURNITURE DSN
ART 399 - INDEPENDENT STUDY
ART 399 - INDEPENDENT STUDY:
ART 436 - ADVANCED SCULPTURE
ART 438 - ADV WOODWORKING/FURNITURE DSGN
ART 438 - ADV WOODWORKING/FURNITURE DSN
ART 493 - SENIOR STUDIO
ART 499 - INDEPENDENT STUDY
ART 499 - INDEPENDENT STUDY:
DFAB 370 - DIGITAL FABRICATION II
DFAB 470 - DIGITAL FABRICATION II
DFAB 470 - DIGITAL FABRICATION III
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