Studied with, Pompeo Coppini (sculptor). Doctor of Fine Arts (honorary), Howard Payne University, Brownwood, Texas, 1941.
Tauch"s father was an early photographer in Texas. Beginning in 1910 she left home to train in San Antonio with Italian-Texan sculptor Pompeo Coppini and her career was intertwined with his, as student, then apprentice, then partner. Apart from two stints in Chicago (1819–1922) and New York City (1923–1935) she remained based in San Antonio.\r\nMost of her sculptural work is in Texas.
Charter member, sponsor Coppini Academy Fine Arts. Fellow National Sculptor Society. Member National Society Arts and Letters, Artists and Craftsmen, San Antonio Art League, Tues.
Musical Club, Women's Club (San Antonio), Brady (Texas) Tues.