Laura D. Schultz
works with cut paper to create delicate, architectural-scale installations as well as more intimate pieces. Her works exude both power and fragility, a contradiction she finds intriguing and actively cultivates. Recently, she has taken inspiration from the intersection of science and art, particularly sea life. Schultz earned a MFA in fiber and mixed media from John F. Kennedy University, and a BFA from the University of Texas at Austin. For Luminaria 2018, Schultz will present a series of large illuminated papercut artworks titled Sea Glow
that will cast intricate shadows across the Alamo Street entrance.