Nikkole Huss, M.F.A., studio art, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago is a visual artist. She is a Professor of Art, Co-Chair of the Art Department, and Curator of the Art Collection at Concordia University Chicago in River Forest, Illinois. Shifting back and forth between intersecting regions of drawing, painting, printmaking, photography, fiber, sculpture and installation, various connections are made to the fragility and vulnerability of nature.
Her solo show, 'Vanishing Landscapes' at Gallery UNO Projektraum Berlin was juried into the Berlin Art Festival, 48 Std. Neukölln. Her work from this series was also exhibited during Berlin Art Week and Rome Art Week. Additional representation with Gallery UNO Projektraum Berlin, includes: the Tokyo International Art Fair in Japan, Berliner Liste in Germany, Gallery UNO in Chicago, and the Civic Museum of Santa Marinella, Castello di Santa Severa in Italy. She has had solo shows at several universities including: Auburn University in Auburn, AL; Lewis University in Romeoville, IL; North Central College in Naperville, IL; Saint Xavier University in Chicago, IL; Indiana Wesleyan University in Marion, IN and Saginaw Valley State University in University Center, MI. Group exhibitions include: Soho20 Chelsea Gallery, NY; MM Galleries, San Francisco, CA; Betty Rymer Gallery, Chicago, IL; 3 Arts Club of Chicago, IL; and Atrium Gallery, Glasgow, Scotland. Her art has been featured in the Chinese edition of Art Bulletin magazine; the online publication Artist of the Month at R&F Handmade Paints in Kingston, New York; in the book The Legacy Continues: The Chicago Society of Artists by Jane Stevens and in the book Living Artists by Ivy Sundell.