Nicole Black
Artist, Illustrator and creative

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Working across a variety of mediums and surfaces from commercial to personal projects, Nicole could whittle her title down to Illustrator, Artist and occasional Graphic Designer.
 
As many good creative journeys begin, Nicole’s childhood obsession with interpreting the world around her (with whatever mark-making tool was available) evolved into an ongoing commitment to refining her craft. The sense of wonder that often resulted after discovering a new technique encouraged her forward to keep exploring the potential of her creativity.
What does water mean to you? 
Water is the lifeblood of our humanity. It is within us, around taking on various shapes and forms. It is adaptive yet cyclic, still yet powerful, muddied or clear. Its presence or lack there of can wreck havoc on our lives; from rising waters to barren river beds.. our relationship to it is symbiotic. 
 
To me personally I have gravitated towards the watercolour medium more and more during the past few years of my practice. I have learnt to work with the medium and let it be carried by the water and behave in unexpected ways and an add an element of spontaneity to my pieces. I have also been fascinated by this tangible element as a subject matter.. in the past I have tried to mimic the movement with my pencil marks or brush strokes or emulate the watery depths of the ocean in abstract ink and watercolour pieces. This element never ceases to fascinate and inspire me. 

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100% of the profits are donated to WaterAid Australia

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Event details

Thursday 13th June, 2019
6pm – 9:30pm

Glasshaus Inside
44 Cremorne St,
Cremorne VIC 3121

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