Kevyn Warnock is a graduate of the University of Utah, where she received a B.A. in Fine Arts. After a long artistic hiatus, she returned to art through study at the College of San Mateo in 1989, where she was introduced to landscape painting.
Ms. Warnock's work demonstrates a solid compositional foundation along with a sensitive distillation and rendition of what her artist's eye perceives. The paintings work on several levels and seem to reveal fresh insights on each successive viewing.
Ms. Warnock's works have been shown throughout the Bay area, including competitive shows such as the Bay Arts, Pacific Art League of Palo Alto. She was one of the featured artists in the 2005 Peninsula Museum of Art landscape exhibition. She was awarded the 13th District, Artist of the Year, 2013 by State Senator, Jerry Hill.
She has also received acceptance in major national competitions, including several prestigious Utah Springville Annual Salons and Triton Museum's statewide painting competition. Most recently, her work was selected for the de Young Open, a prestigious juried exhibition featuring local artists.
Ms. Warnock is a former member of Gallery House, Palo Alto. Her work is represented in corporate and many private collections. She maintains a private studio in Burlingame, CA.