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Wayne received the 2006 Nova Scotia Portia White Award for Excellence, Innovation and Expression in the Arts. Among his major professional accomplishments, he won the 2004 juried competition for the mural entitled Reveille for the new Interpretive Centre at Grand-Pré National Historic Site. Boucher became a member of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts in 2002. In 2012, the exhibition “Drowning in Colour” http://vimeo.com/71404777 was created by Alan Collins. In 2014, three of her painted designs were selected for the meeting room rugs in the redecorated Canada House, London, UK http://youtu.be/YrLDOQNEszU. The book “Beyond The Surface: The Art of Wayne Boucher” was published by Xeno-Optic Publishing, Saint Thomas University, Fredericton NB in May 2021.
Wayne joined CARFAC around 1977 and has been a member ever since, except for one year. Wayne served on the National Board for five years (1983-1988) as the Nova Scotia representative and also served a term as National Vice President. He became a Director of CARFAC Maritimes shortly after its inception.