Born in Huntsville, Alabama, Jennie Couch completed a BS in Art Education and a MA in Painting and Printmaking from the University of Alabama. She received a MFA in Ceramics from Stephen F. Austin State University in 1993.
After completing her MFA she taught ceramics and art education at Concordia College, Moorhead MN, Houston Community College, Houston, TX, and Lee College, Baytown, TX. Ms. Couch has won numerous national competitions and her work may be found in many private and public collections throughout the country. She is represented by Willis-Gray Gallery, Decatur, AL. Ms. Couch teaches ceramics, drawing, 2-D design, color and design and fashion illustration at A&M.
She is currently serving on the Create Huntsville Committee, and is a member of Executive Planning Committee for SPACES, a city-wide outdoor sculpture project. She is also the founder of the Bench Project, which combines the talents of local elementary students to create public art for the city of Huntsville.