Betty Pitts Foster
She experienced many different pathways but her heart has always stayed true to the gift within and at this time in her latter days she is fulfilling her desire to express the triumphs of the joy of living, and celebrating what God has created. Her paintings vibrate with light, the energy of movement, and color, taking the viewer into the world of people going about their everyday life, the inner response of joy you feel on a warm summer’s day or the excitement of dancing.
Her work is an inner response to what God created using vibrant colors and strong contrasts with abstract shapes, combining them in realistic visions of the natural.
Past awards include the Chautauqua Art Association's 13th National Jury Show, Buffalo Arts Society, Williamsville Art Society and selection by renown artists Ernest Chrichlow and Romare Bearden to exhibit at the Gallery Museum, Hall of Springs, Saratoga Performing Arts Center. Her work was selected by Buffalo born Haitian Ambassador James B. Foley for the US State Department’s Art in Embassies program. She has exhibited in many area group shows, in Buffalo, Chautauqua, and Washington DC. She is a resident artist at the Buffalo Arts Studio, (www.buffaloartsstudio.com.) member of Buffalo Arts Society, WNYUAC and also was the oil paint instructor at Langston Hughes Cultural Institute in the 70’s. Contact information: website, bjpfoster.portfoliobox.net and email address email@example.com