Nicole Waddick is a multi-disciplinary visual artist. She creates ceramic sculpture, drawings, paintings and prints. The subjects of her artwork come from the worlds of science and nature.

Her current ceramics and paintings are inspired by the landscapes of Southern Alberta and Saskatchewan that she visited when she was a Medalta International Artist in Residence at the Shaw International Centre for Contemporary Ceramics in Medicine Hat, Alberta.

Currently, Nicole has a solo show at the Homer Watson House & Gallery in Kitchener and a sculpture installation in the garden of the Button Factory in Waterloo. In 2012, she had solo shows at the Carnegie Gallery and at the Cambridge Centre for the Arts.In November 2012, her series of Land Plant Amalgam ceramic sculpture was exhibited in Box 12 in Cambridge, Ontario.

Nicole graduated with an Interdisciplinary BA from Carleton University in 1993. Her degree spanned the fields of Art History, Cultural Studies and Industrial Design. The year after graduation, she travelled the American Southwest and Western Canada, an experience that was influential to her art work. In 1995, Nicole studied painting and illustration at the Ontario College of Art and Design.

Nicole lives in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.

Nicole teaches drawing and painting workshops in Waterloo.


All images Nicole Waddick 1995-2013 all rights reserved