tessellation portals (or portholes?)

Made these up last week for a potential show in April. I feel like a genius because I 
really wanted some round frames but I couldn't find any on short notice, so I bought
two clocks at Target and disassembled them for their frames. I'm cool like that. 


Columbus Moving Image Art Review

In a very entertaining turn of events, my two food gifs from my Art A Day series are being screened
 as part of the Columbus Moving Image Art Review. Come check out my giant face on the big screen
for exactly 30 seconds on Friday March 13th, 8pm, Hagerty Hall 180.


Dream House

I think I'll make some more of these!


ImageOHIO 15

Super excited to debut this new Tessellation as part of the ImageOHIO 15 show!
Come check out all the great Ohio photography and video art at the opening
 at the Fort Hayes Shot Tower Gallery on Friday, January 23rd 7-9pm. 
The show runs from January 20 - February 20.

This piece is 6 feet x 4 feet and is made from paper tiles created using vintage images 
of people and their homes. To see more Tessellations, check out nicolecrock.com.


Neighborhood and House Rings

Super excited to add these rings from my An Art A Day series to my Etsy Shop


The Ohio Channel

Sometimes when you google yourself, you find some weird stuff. My results usually 
involve some combination of my art and crock pot recipes. But today I found this!


an art a day: treehouse 2.0

So this is my 30th and last Art A Day! Even though it was rough and stressful getting the ideas made, documented and posted every night, I managed to push out something new every day.

In my normal work mode I often get really wound up in making large projects that take me days or weeks to finish. If I don't have 3 hours of solid time to devote to working on a project I sometimes wont even bother. So I decided to challenge myself to adapt to a different approach, one that's a lot looser, a lot faster, one with less restrictions where I didn't judge myself too much about the process and content. I wanted to make room for little art as well as big art.

It really came down to making art an everyday priority, so even though I'm done making art EVERY DAY (I miss going to bed on time, and seeing movies and going out) I'll continue to invest more everyday moments into my artmaking. So as I continue to share more single day art projects, look out for #littlearts.