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Local Artist’s Work Included in Art Educators’ Exhibit in Boston

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A watercolor painting by Edith Pucci Couchman has been selected for the Massachusetts Art Education Association’s juried summer exhibit in Boston, “Artists Teaching in Massachusetts.”

The painting, titled “What we’re learning in our garden,” is on display from June 15 to Sept. 16, weekdays, in the second floor gallery at the State Transportation Building, 10 Park Plaza, Boston.

Edith is the art teacher for Infant Jesus School in Nashua, N.H., and the art and environmental science teacher for Maple Dene school in Pepperell. She also teaches art and environmental science at Beaver Brook Association in Hollis, N.H., during the summer.

Couchman’s work has been featured in several recent publications. Her article on the use of games to teach about amphibians was included in the summer issue of the Canadian journal, “Green Teacher.” Her children’s coloring page about Native American plants, designed for use in farmers’ markets and educational settings, has just been published as part of the first electronic newsletter of NOFA-NH, the Northeast Organic Farming Association of New Hampshire.

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