Victoria L. Norton

Title: Artist
Company: Freelance
Location: Sedona, Arizona, United States

Victoria L. Norton, freelance artist, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Artists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in dual artistry.

With over four decades of experience to her credit, Ms. Norton has cultivated a prosperous career as a freelance artist. Having always enjoyed sketching and creating from an early age, she naturally gravitated towards a career as an artist. Specializing in ceramics and calligraphy, Ms. Norton crafts and sells jewelry, porcelain bowls, masks and calligraphic cards and prints, in addition to working on freelance commissions. As part of her professional endeavors, she has also worked extensively as an art educator. Shortly after moving to Sedona, Arizona, in the early 1980s, she taught calligraphy at the Sedona Arts Center until 2003, and at Northern Arizona University from 2003 to 2007. In light of artistic accomplishments, Ms. Norton was also featured on the cover of Kudos Magazine in 2001, and the story of her time in Venice, California, appeared in the 2015 book “Passing It On: Moving Stories of Activists—1960 to 2000” by Bev Jenai-Myers.

As part of her vocational journey, Ms. Norton pursued a formal education, beginning her studies at Northwestern University in Chicago, Illinois, and subsequently earning a Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of California, Los Angeles. She later spent several months traveling throughout Europe, experiencing firsthand much of the art she previously read about and discovering a wealth of creative influences for her own work. Furthermore, much of her training in calligraphy was bolstered by her time studying with experts from both the United States and England. As part of her dedication to her artistic endeavors, Ms. Norton remains affiliated with Indivisible Arizona, and she is an active supporter of the Sedona Visual Artists Coalition. Attributing much of her success to her drive and tenacity, she always hopes to act as a source of inspiration for others to pursue their artistic dreams. In the coming years, Ms. Norton intends to continue creating art and inspiring others.

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