Skip to content
Don Foulds
A portrait of Don Foulds

Abstract Biography

Don Foulds is a sculptor and teacher. He is originally from Saskatoon where he worked full time as a sculptor for 15 years before starting to teach at the University of Saskatchewan and run the Gordon Snelgrove Art Gallery.

As well, throughout the 1980’s and early 1990’s he was often involved in coordinating the Emma Lake Artist Workshops. Currently he is an Associate Professor at Grenfell Campus, Memorial University where he has been teaching since 1995.

His artworks have been widely exhibited across Canada and internationally and he is represented in many public, corporate and private collections.

A notable public artwork in St. John’s is the Newfoundland and Labrador Police and Peace Officer’s Memorial, 2004, located beside the Confederation Building.