Nikol Haskova

IDENTITY CRISIS
IDENTITY CRISIS
NH437
acrylic, panel
60 x 30 in.
$5,000 CAD


HUSH
HUSH
NH436
acrylic, gold leaf, birch panel
72 x 34 in.
$6,500 CAD
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BROKEN LEAVES
BROKEN LEAVES
NH435
acrylic, birch panel
60 x 10 in.
$2,500 CAD


STELLAR
STELLAR
NH434
acrylic, birch panel
60 x 10 in.
$2,500 CAD


WELCOME
WELCOME
NH433
mixed media, panel
36 x 36 in.
$3,200 CAD


AFTER BOW RIVER
AFTER BOW RIVER
NH432
mixed media, resin, panel
24 x 24 in.
$2,300 CAD


LOVE ON A ROLL
LOVE ON A ROLL
NH431
acrylic, board
30 x 80 in.
$6,900 CAD


BLACKER THAN A CROW
BLACKER THAN A CROW
NH429
acrylic, panel
30 x 60 in.
$5,000 CAD


MESMERIZED
MESMERIZED
NH428
mixed media, canvas
24 x 24 in.
$1,900 CAD


EIGHT SECONDS OR SO
EIGHT SECONDS OR SO
NH427
mixed media, resin, panel
6 x 6 in.
$330 CAD


BOND, STUDY
BOND, STUDY
NH420
acrylic, mixed media, panel
12 x 12 in.
$800 CAD


HER, BLOOMING
HER, BLOOMING
NH418
mixed media, resin, panel
12 x 12 in.
$800 CAD


FOUNDATION
FOUNDATION
NH392
mixed media, board
36 x 36 in.
$3,200 CAD


INSIDE, HE WAS JUST A BIG SOFTIE
INSIDE, HE WAS JUST A BIG SOFTIE
NH391
acrylic, board
24 x 24 in.
$1,900 CAD


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Nikol Haskova

A fascination with the world of art began at an early age for Nikol. Born in the former Czechoslovakia, she remembers sketching, painting, poetry and acting being her interests from childhood.

Nikol began her full time artistic career in 2006. She was then deeply moved by urban sprawl occurring at a rapid pace in the Vancouver area. Aiming to visually document the dramatic changes in her community, Haskova became interested in not only the morphing natural scenery, but also its habitants. A particular fondness for crows started after the artist observed not only their intelligence, but determination and
adaptability in adverse conditions as well. Nikol has photographed, interacted with and painted countless crows and other birds, at times assigning them human traits, finding a satisfying metaphor between the two.

Currently, Haskova is exploring infusing street art into her hyper-realistic portraits of birds. She is enjoying the contrast between the looseness and boldness of graffiti and the detail and fineness of nature. Mixed media is also a big part of her work. Nikol often has to invent her own techniques to incorporate new material into her acrylic based works.

Born on 1972 in Born in Czechoslovakia. Nationality is Canadian

Education

predominantly self-taught
mentorship studies under Suzanne Northcott, ongoing

Exhibitions

2017 JOY, Canada House Gallery, Banff, AB
2017 Stolen Moments, Mayberry Fine Art, Toronto, ON
2016 Joy, Canada House Gallery, Banff, AB
2015 Rough Edged Romance, Strange Fellows, Vancouver, BC
2014 Beautiful Murder and Then Some, Mayberry Fine Art, Winnipeg, MB
2011 18 Squared, Mayberry Fine Art, Winnipeg, MB
2011 Coexistence?, solo exhibition and installation, Ian Tan Gallery, Vancouver, BC
2010 Modern Figure, The Avenue Gallery, Victoria, BC
2010 Thief or Soulmate, solo exhibition, Mayberry Fine Art, Winnipeg, MB
2009 16 Squared, Mayberry Fine Art, Winnipeg, MB
2009 I’m Fine, You’re Fine, On the Rise, Vancouver BC
2009 Beautiful Spring, Art Forte, Seattle, WA
2009 Roots, Canada House Gallery, Banff AB
2007 Glimpse, solo exhibition, Adele Campbell, Whistler BC
2006 Divas, Adele Campbell, Whistler BC

Collections

Loranger & Marcoux Lawyers, Montreal, QC
Venture Law Group, Edmonton, AB
The Bison, Banff, AB

Publications

2016 “Echo” exhibition feature, Galleries West
2014 “Artists to Collect” by Portia Priegert, Galleries West
2009 “I’m Fine, You’re Fine, Artists Respond to Climate Change” by Zoe Peled, curated for On the Rise, Vancouver, BC
2008 “Every Painting Tells a Story” by Ingrid King, Magazin Art, Westmount, QC, published in English and French
2007 “Window on Her World”, cover story by Brenda Anderson, Langley Times
2006 “Divas Come Together” by Britt Germann, Question, Whistler, BC

Commissions

Whistler Health Care Foundation