Create Your Wow
art & design by B. Foster
Foster's artwork creates the "wow" factor whenever it is displayed. From art fairs, commissioned works, restaurants, corporate offices, gallery exhibits to homes all over the United States, Barb brings that "wow" factor in her copyrighted original art.
B. Foster has been mentioned in Robin Ryan’s new book, Retirement Reinvention on pages 254-5. She has been featured in Yahoo news, Morningstar, Wall Street Journal, MarketWatch and Forbes..."5 ways to avoid becoming a failed retiree."
The "Fifty Shades of Blue" collection is her most popular. Her slogan is "be art happy" and she is as colorful as her art. Many have described her work as "fresh and innovative." Foster uses mixed media for texture and color to empower positive energy to any space. She experiments with color and texture and rarely uses a brush.
She has been painting for over 30 years. She grew up in Michigan and studied art at CCS- Center for Creative Studies-College of Art and Design in Detroit, MI after being awarded an art scholarship. Later, Barbara graduated with a Bachelor's in Management Information Systems-Administration at the University of Michigan pursued her art and her IT career simultaneously until she retired from technology and started her company...Create Your Wow.
As a full-time artist, Foster has brought her influences from all the places she has lived; Michigan, Arizona, Georgia, Nevada and currently Washington. Her artwork brings a bold pop of color and style just makes you happy. She is creating "wow" by selling her work, exhibiting, teaching or volunteering.
Brilliance in color is best achieved by using the giclee printing process. Giclee prints are the closest thing to the original. Museum quality art printed on archival paper using the latest technology. Foster has her giclee printing meet the Archival Standards set forth by the Fine Art Trade Guild for pH and lightfastness. The quality of her giclee prints are impressive and so close to the original.
Partial list of Foster's upcoming, current and past activities, events, and exhibits: