Renée P. Foulks exhibits her paintings and drawings extensively throughout the United States, and her work is represented in museum, college, corporate and private collections. Solo and group shows include venues such as the PAFA Museum, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Delaware Art Museum and the Oglethorpe Museum of Art in Atlanta. Renée is currently represented by Gallery Henoch, NY, NY.
After receiving a BFA in Illustration from Moore College of Art and Design in 1980, Renée continued to study painting and drawing at Tyler School of Art, where she received an MFA in 1982. She began her teaching career upon graduation as a full-time instructor and artist-in-residence at Keystone College, LaPlume, PA. Her commitment to education includes 20 years at the University of the Arts (Foundation and Illustration) and over 20 years at PAFA.
Renée teaches courses in Life Painting, Portrait, Narrative and Sequential Drawing and is a Critic in the Certificate/BFA Programs. She serves as Chairperson of the Drawing Department and Co-ordinator of the Fine Arts Illustration Specialization. Renée teaches Painting and Drawing and is a Critic in the MFA Program and also offers courses in Continuing Education.