Norine Kevolic

norine kevolic
Sundown Over Stockton, Norine Kevolic
Oil on Linen Panel (6x8) $425
Please contact our gallery regarding this painting or other work by Norine Kevolic

Norine Kevolic was born in Philadelphia, PA in 1952 and raised in Bucks County. Her artist father imparted a great appreciation of, and openness to, artistic expression in all its aspects.

Norine has devoted most of her life to working in three particular mediums: painting, silverpoint drawing, and wood. Her work is rooted in natural elements - moody landscapes, detailed renderings in silverpoint of seashells and seedpods, handcrafting with wood and bamboo. Within each she has discovered a unique personal expression.

“I think of my work as a collaboration with Nature. I’m drawn to fields and
meadows, water and fog, exquisite natural sculptures like shells, seedpods,
and beach stones, and the spiritual world of which this is part. It is fulfilling
as an artist to look with both my outer and inner vision, in responding to the
world around me.”

In the more than 25 years that Norine has exhibited throughout the PA-NJ region, she has received much critical acclaim for her paintings, silverpoint drawings, and works in wood.

Some of these exhibitions include: New Hope Arts; Phillips’ Mill; Prallsville Mills; Byers Bucks Fever Art Exhibition “25 Mediums / 25 Artists”; Artists’ Gallery “Meditations on Nature” (Lambertville, NJ); Trenton City Museum; Philadelphia Sketch Club; Bucks Gallery of Fine Art; Art in City Hall, Philadelphia; American Bamboo Society; Crafthaus online, and many other venues.

Norine has lived and worked in New Hope, Pennsylvania for over 25 years.

■ Juror’s Choice New Hope to New York New Hope Arts Members’ Show, New Hope,
   PA (juror Ellen Bradshaw, Pleiades Gallery NY) 2014
■ Juror’s Choice SURFACE Duke Gallery at Community Arts Center, Wallingford, PA (juror
   Lorraine Riesenbach, Artists’ House Gallery, Philadelphia, PA) 2014
■ First Prize, Sculpture Works in Wood 2013 New Hope Arts Center, New Hope, PA (jurors
   Mark Sfirri, fine woodworker, educator; Michael Ingham, specialist David Rago Arts)
■ Honorable Mention 2012 American Bamboo Society Arts & Crafts Awards
   Competition (ABS online presentation)
■ Ricker Award for Painting Phillips’ Mill 77th Exhibition New Hope, PA 2006
■ Christensen Award for Painting Phillips’ Mill 76th Exhibition New Hope, PA 2005
■ Mixed Media Award Louisa Melrose Gallery 1st Juried Show Buckingham, PA 2000
■ Greene and Greene Award Works in Wood 1999 Rago Auction Center, Lambertville, NJ
■ People’s Choice Award Artsbridge at Washington Crossing Washington Crossing Visitors
■ New Hope Historical Society Award for Painting New Century Art “The Figure” Golden Door
   Gallery, New Hope, PA 1996
■ Honorable Mention New Century Art Exhibition New Hope, PA 1995