Good Egg Easter Surprise

Posted on Mar 30, 2013 in Fate of Art
Good Egg Easter Surprise

Just got a lovely email from a woman who purchased one of my GOOD EGG bird feeders from the Emily Carr Student Art Sale (this past November). Always great to see my little bird friends enjoying themselves especially on this beautiful Easter long weekend. Big thanks to Mary Jane for snapping these fleeting moments for […]

Sneak Peek: Valentine’s Day Cards

Posted on Feb 14, 2012 in Fate of Art, Final, Rhythm of Production

In true Nicole fashion, these will be arriving late to their recipients. Heck, the message is still relevant anyway, but I apologize. For those too eager to wait for the mail, here’s a sneak peek at what to expect.

Be Free, Nameless Dragon.

Posted on Jan 31, 2012 in Fate of Art, Final

My living room is currently spotless. Just a few days ago it became a studio with excess tissue bits strewn among plastic sheeted floors and glue puddles. Not that the dragon has been made I (daresay) miss the smell of hot glue, and peeling dry glue off my arms and hands as if I were […]

The Fate of Art after its Creation

Posted on May 15, 2009 in Fate of Art

As much as I enjoy creating art and the chaotic process which follows, there’s always a question of what happens next. Space becomes limited, and art pieces join the dusty destiny of projects before them. If not thrown away, they are piled somewhere out of sight. It’s the the tragic truth. This statement rings particular […]

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