Carter Boucher

INDIVIDUAL - SCAD ID - #128



SCAD Designations

SCAC Verified Teaching Artist


Contact

carter@boucherart.com
864-202-7561
www.boucherart.com


Discipline

  • Visual Art


Geographical Availability

  • Upstate
  • Midlands
  • PeeDee
  • Low Country

About

Clarence Carter Boucher is a Master Teaching Artist working in the Arts Access South Carolina programs that provide inclusive art programs for people with disabilities. He is currently active on the South Carolina Arts Commission’s Artist Directory. Boucher began as an Artist in Residence in 1981 for the South Carolina Arts commission programs and is a Certified Teaching Artist on their Directory. Boucher received the Ad Astra per Aspera Commendation for Exemplary Performance, in the SCAC Mobile Arts Program 1981-1984. Boucher is best known for his work with people with disabilities. He recently produced a training video titled, “How to Engage Students on the Autistic Spectrum,” for the Palmetto State Art Educators Association as a training class for their annual conference.

Clarence Carter Boucher’s personal work has been in numerous books and magazines including The New York Art Review, American Artist Magazine’s Annual Watercolor edition, Who’s Who in Art and About the Author. Boucher studied the Berkley Method of guitar with Bruce Helgeson and plays an eclectic mix of folk music, blues and children’s songs. Richard C. Owen publishes his children’s books. Boucher also has nonfiction and books of satire available on Amazon.com. His poetry has been published in numerous publications and anthologies. He won the International Golden poet award. Boucher’s painting and/or other art works have won numerous awards and have been featured in national magazines and on Public Television.

FINE ART OR ILLUSTRATION FOR OR IN THE COLLECTION OF

NASA, Panasonic, U.S. Army Corps. Of Engineers, War Veterans Home (Percent for the Arts), Anderson, S.C., Dictaphone, Federal Landbank, NCR, Southern Bank Corp., Westinghouse, American Artist Magazine, AC Arts Center, (Watercolor ’88) Marion County Museum and numerous Private Collections.