Kathryn Schultz Norris to Exhibit Paintings
March 24, 2003
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Stevenson University will host Views, a collection of paintings by
Kathryn Schultz Norris. The exhibition, which will run from March 29 to
May 4 in the St. Paul Companies Pavilion, is just the second solo
exhibition in Baltimore for Norris.
A reception with Norris, the wife of Maryland State Police Secretary
Edward T. Norris, will take place Thursday, April 10, from 6 to 8 p.m.
The artist will also host a special talk about her work at noon on
April 23. Both events will take place in the St. Paul Companies
Norris earned a Master’s of Fine Arts from the School of Visual Arts
in New York. She had an exhibition there in 1994, her first solo
showing since a 1983 exhibition when she was a student at Stanford
University. While at Stanford, she won the Arthur Geise Award for fine
Her work was featured in a number of group exhibitions in New York,
including the Catherine Moore Gallery. Since moving to Baltimore her
work has been exhibited in the Bismark/Wilson Gallery in Fells Point,
Goya Girl Press and Maryland Art Place. “My work is gestural, rhythmic
and tactile. A dance-like interaction occurs between the canvas and the
brush, choreographed by me,” she says.