Sue Fuller is most well-known for her string compositions and soft-ground etchings. Fuller studied at Carnegie Institute of Technology, Pittsburgh, and at Teachers College, Columbia University, New York. She worked with Hans Hofmann as well as with Stanley William Hayter at his studio, Atelier 17. Under Hayter's aegis, she began experimenting with printmaking and intaglio techniques that made use of textiles to create pattern and texture. Fuller's work is most readily associated with the New York modernist, Constructivist, and Abstract Expressionist artists with whom she worked closely. Fuller has had solo exhibitions at venues across the United States and abroad.