Su Richardson (b.1947 South Shields, Tyne and Wear, lives and works in Birmingham.) Richardson moved to Birmingham as a secondary school art teacher in the 1970s. Around this time she met Monica Ross and Phil Goodal, who together formed the Birmingham Women’s Art Group. Group exhibitions include: “issues” (curator Lucy Lippard), ICA, London (1980); “Alternative images of Men”, Bakehouse Gallery, London (1980); “Midlands View”, Stoke Museum and Art Gallery (1980); “Women and Textiles”, Battersea Arts Centre (1983). Prior to this Richardson co-organised the Women”s Postal Art Event — “Feministo: representations of the Artist as Housewife”, ICA, London, 1977, which toured nationally and internationally. More recently Richardson exhibited “Burnt Breakfast” and other works, at the Constance Howard Gallery, London (2012).