• From over 70 applicants, I was awarded one of eight Emerging Artist Scholarships to participate in the Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival Artist Market in 2017. The Emerging Artist Scholarship Program offers individuals with little to no experience exhibiting in festivals the opportunity to take an important first step towards a future in fine art and craft shows. 
  • Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council, the leading voice for arts and culture across the Greater Pittsburgh region.
  • Pittsburgh Artist Registry, a portal for visual, literary, performing, and multi-disciplinary artists in southwestern PA to expand their audience and promote their work.
  • Radiant Hall, an open studio model designed to engage members through artistic collaboration and shared knowledge and resources.

I was born, raised, and love living in Pittsburgh, PA. After working in the corporate world for over 35 years as a web designer, technical writer, and software instructor, I decided that it was time for a life of less stress and more fun. I was fortunate to be able to take an early retirement and discovered a latent passion for painting. And it's fun!

Life never know what will come next. So, here I am, redefining myself as an artist. I believe that everyone should continue to grow and evolve throughout their lives. Therefore, most of my work is focused on things that grow--flowers, trees, and even cities--a small nod to my Pittsburgh roots.

About Kathy Mazur




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  • Commonplace Coffee, Pittsburgh (Point Breeze), who sees coffee as a way to build community, will be displaying my artwork in April/May 2019.
  • Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival, Artists Market, June 7-11, 2019
  • To Whom It May Concern, a CBS pilot, is a comedy set in Pittsburgh (Lawrenceville) but filmed in Los Angeles that "centers on Evan who sets out with his group of 20-something friends to accomplish a list of challenges he wrote for himself years ago in an effort to turn around his banal life." The set decorator purchased one painting and three prints, all Pittsburgh-themed, to use in the show. Fall 2019