Sue Ann Foster
Sue is a mixed media artist who focuses on recycling found objects into sculpture, including most recently on aluminum and copper repoussé processes.
She likes her art to express and celebrate diversity and inclusion, and her work with PPGP to engage others in participation to fine tune their stance on current issues and to enjoy and develop their creativity.
She has worked as an Art Therapist at a Medical Center in Ohio, and Kings View Private Psychiatric Hospital and was the first Visual Arts Director of the Alan Short Center /Arts for Adult “handicapped” in Stockton. For 20 years she taught a class in creativity at American River College and lectured at Sac State for 10 years in the Art Department teaching future teachers to integrate art in their lessons. While teaching at CSUS she was also an Artist in the Schools with the Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission.
As president of Valley Sculpture Artists, and on the board of Northern California Arts (NCA) she has curated numerous shows and events.
She moved to the Sacramento area in 1979. She married an artist and has two grown children.
Her art has been displayed at High Hand Gallery in Loomis, the Sacramento Fine Art Center, Activism Through The Arts exhibit presented by Sacramento Congress Women at Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, CA