Norine Kevolic
  • New Hope, PA
  • United States
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Of Sea and Sky

Bamboo mosaic with painted poplar wood "moon" and tooled bamboo "sky." Lower portion incorporates curved vines, beach stones, clear glass sphere, and blue fishing line, to represent "sea." This work is 10.5 x 10.5 inches.
Oct 26, 2015
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Gateway to Dreams

"This piece is approximately 16" x 16".  The materials are bamboo, carved twigs, and tooled cedar strips in the background.  This idea originated with a visit to a Native American museum on trip to Montana. There was an old teepee…"
Feb 21, 2014
Norine Kevolic left a comment for Robert Adams
"Rob, your 3-dimensional collages are beautifully composed!"
Mar 9, 2012
Adam Kenney left a comment for Norine Kevolic
"Yes, the smokestacks are blown glass with a heavily cold-worked/engraved surface. I have a 35/40 grit grinding wheel that just eats up material but leaves a very rough surface. I then use a sealant to get the surface back to a more acid etched…"
Dec 1, 2011
Norine Kevolic left a comment for Adam Kenney
"Yes, let's be friends Adam!  Thanks for the glowing comments about my work.  Your glasswork is beautiful - great color and patina. Is that "smokestack" glass?  Seeing the photo of the molten glass brings back the…"
Dec 1, 2011
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Dec 1, 2011
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Scrapyard Quilt

"Frances, your work is fascinating in how you give the these ordinary objects new life. I love your creative spirit."
Apr 5, 2010
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Feb 23, 2010

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New Hope, Pennsylvania
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my art blog: www.norinekevolic.com/blog
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http://www.norinekevolic.com
What media do you work with?
wood mosaics, bamboo mosaics, mixed media

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At 11:52am on October 13, 2015, Brigitte Martin said…

Dear Norine -

Thanks for signing up again with crafthaus.  Your membership is valid through November 15, 2016.



Now that you’ve successfully re-registered you can get even more involved. This means, you’re not just getting the whole crafthaus picture... you are a part of it. Your contributions via blogs, photos, and discussions will enrich our open crafthaus environment immensely, so please let us know what’s going on in your art life! Don't hold back! 

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At 7:56am on December 1, 2011, Adam Kenney said…

Yes, the smokestacks are blown glass with a heavily cold-worked/engraved surface. I have a 35/40 grit grinding wheel that just eats up material but leaves a very rough surface. I then use a sealant to get the surface back to a more acid etched transparency while still keeping a toothy, brick like texture.

Feel free to join the TCC page. I am always looking to build our community as well. I really want TCC to better serve the regional craft ecology, including crafthausers.  

At 4:53pm on January 15, 2010, Brigitte Martin said…
Welcome to crafthaus, the network for artists and fine craftsmen/women ! I am very glad you joined us !

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