Keith Norval was born and raised in Harare, Zimbabwe. He attended the Savannah College of Art and Design, earning his Bachelors of Fine Arts in 2000. Norval shares a studio at Artspace located in downtown Raleigh with his wife- artist Anna Podris. He also teaches painting and printmaking at the Pullen Arts Center and summer camp at Artspace. Norval was awarded the Regional Artist Project Grant from the United Arts Council in 2003, has painted murals in York Elementary in Raleigh, NC and at Albany Medical Center in Albany, NY. His work has been shown in Columbia, MO, Vail, CO, San Diego, CA, Greensboro, NC, Miami, FL and NYC. Recently his work was featured on Raleigh City Buses and on the T-Shirt for the SPCA K9-3K Dogwalk. He is featured in the book "100 Southern Artists".
Keith's work is represented in Washington DC at Zenith Gallery, in NY at Gitanarosa Gallery, and in Southern Pines, NC at Broadhurst Gallery.