Laura Schultz


Laura D. Schultz is a visual artist who works in cut paper, creating delicate, architectural-scale installations as well as works of a more intimate size. Her pieces exude both power and fragility, a contradiction she finds intriguing and actively cultivates. Schultz earned a MFA in fiber and mixed media from John F. Kennedy University in 1993, and a BFA from the University of Texas at Austin in 1986. She is currently an adjunct instructor of art at Northwest Vista College and an Instructor at Inspire.

Summer 2013, Laura will be teaching:


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