Nikkole Huss

Originally from Oak Forest, Illinois, Nikkole Huss currently resides in Chicago. Her education consists of an Associate of Arts degree from Moraine Valley Community College as a DeCaprio and Distinguished Scholar, a Bachelor of Science in Education degree from Northern Illinois University with additional studies abroad at the American University of Rome in Italy and most recently, in 2004, a Master of Fine Arts degree from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

Huss’ recent exhibitions include Group Exhibition at Francine Turk Gallerie, Don’t Blink at the Three Arts Club of Chicago, Works on Paper at the Christopher Art Gallery, 5th Annual Juried Fall Art Exhibit at the Gretchen Charlton Art Gallery, White Haute at the Schopf Gallery on Lake, The Big Picture Show: Size Does Matter at the Betty Rymer Gallery, Suspension at the 1926 Exhibition Studies Space, Art Windows at Marina Rinaldi and The Stray Show at the Zeke and Neen Space. Her article, “Stray Dogs and Divas” which focused on the life and work of artists, Leon Golub and Nancy Spero, was published in Mosaic magazine in 2001. Nikkole is a featured artist in Ivy Sundell’s 2004 book series entitled A Spotlight on Living Artists, a publication based on the Chicago art scene.