|BRITISH COLUMBIA ARTISTS|
He exhibited work in the 1948 Stanley Park in Pictures exhibition at the Vancouver Art Gallery.
Norris had work in the 1948, 1955, and 1957 annual B.C. Artists exhibitions at the Vancouver Art Gallery.
He exhibited with the B.C. Society of Fine Arts in 1955, 1956, and 1958.
Norris created a sculpture that sat on the northeast corner of Cambie and Dunsmuir streets in downtown Vancouver, at the west end of the Georgia Viaduct. The piece had no name, as Norris told the Editor in a telephone conversation, but was simply "a bridge marker", as the Romans once placed markers at their bridges.
|1948 July 27 - Aug. 15||VAG Stanley Park in Pictures||Lesser Grown|
|At the Checker Game|
|1948 Sept. 18 - Oct. 10||VAG B.C. Artists 17th Annual||Between Seasons|
SUMMER BUBBLE (refer to BAG70)
PUBLIC ART IN VANCOUVER (refer to UBC72)
BC SCULPTORS (refer to SSC74)
VISUAL ARTS BRITISH COLUMBIA (refer to VABC77)
A GUIDE TO SCULPTURE IN VANCOUVER (refer to GSV80)
ROYAL CANADIAN ACADEMY OF ARTS - EXHIBITIONS & MEMBERS 1880 - 1979
(refer to RCA81)
Note re Elect. 1974-78, no exhibitions listing for Norris.
ARTISTS IN CANADA 1982 - UNION LIST OF ARTISTS' FILES (refer to AIC82)
64 - 94 CONTEMPORARY DECADES (refer to ECU94)
A DICTIONARY OF CANADIAN ARTISTS (refer to M)
A CENTURY OF SCULPTURE (refer to SSBC98)
BIOGRAPHICAL INDEX OF ARTISTS IN CANADA (refer to BIAC03)
3 references cited for Norris.
PUBLIC ART IN VANCOUVER - ANGELS AMONG LIONS (refer to PAV09)
VANCOUVER PUBLIC LIBRARY - B.C. ARTISTS FILES (refer to VPL)
Telephone interview with George Norris by Gary Sim, c2000 (notes).
"It's Sort of a Fantasy" by George Norris (Pacific Press lobby sculpture)
Vancouver Sun, March 14 1966
"Sculpture Dramatic From Any Angle" by Joan Lowndes
Vancouver Province, April 7 1966
"Crab Design Sculpture Chosen for Planetarium"
Vancouver Sun, May 16 1967
"Sculptor Had Fun Creating Museum's New Showpiece" by Mike Jessen
Vancouver Sun, October 4 1968
"Crab Statue Erected"
Vancouver Province, October 4 1968
"Planetarium - Star Attraction"
Vancouver Province, October 18 1968