• CV & biography



    predominantly self taught

    mentorship studies under Suzanne Northcott, ongoing

    Selected exhibitions:

    “Drawn In”, Fort Gallery, Fort Langley, BC, 2015

    “Rough Edged Romance”, Charles Clark Gallery, Vancouver, BC, 2015

    “Beautiful Murder and Then Some”, Mayberry Fine Art, Winnipeg, 2014

    “Midsummer Ball”, Banff Centre For Arts , Banff, AB, 2012

    “Co-Existence” solo exhibition, Ian Tan Gallery, Vancouver, 2011

    “Art For Life”, Vancouver, BC, 2011

    "Art For Life”, Vancouver, BC, 2010

    “Thief or Soulmate”
    solo exhibition, Mayberry Art, Winnipeg, MB 2010

    “16 Squared”, Mayberry Fine Art, Winnipeg, MB, 2009

    “Art For Life”, Vancouver, BC, 2009

    “I'm Fine, You're Fine”, curated
    On the Rise, Vancouver BC, 2009

    “Beautiful Spring”, Art Forte, Seattle, WA, 2009

    “Roots”, Canada House, Banff AB, 2008

    “Glimpse”, solo exhibition
    Adele Campbell, Whistler BC, 2007


    Venture Law Group, Edmonton, AB
    Loranger & Marcoux, Montreal, QC
    Dr. Brian Pei Tao Yang, Royal Columbian Hospital, BC
    Dr. Tam, vice president, BC Endodontic Society, BC
    Kids World Canada, Langley, BC
    The Bison Lounge, Banff, AB


    Whistler Health Care Foundation

    Artist’s statement:

    “For me, painting is about confronting the plastic of modern existence. I am fascinated by contrasts, literally and metaphorically.


    Born in the former Czechoslovakia, Nikol has been immersed in the world of art since a young age. From the museums of Prague to the often controversial local artists’ presentations, she was continually exposed to fascinating subject matter.

    Haskova and her family escaped the formerly oppressed communist country in 1987. After a long and often trying process, they were allowed to resettle in Vancouver. Although this experience was often challenging, it provided further observation not only of the art world, but also of politics, spirituality and the strength of the human spirit.
    Nikol paints in her Vancouver area studio. While deeply engaged in exploring the conflict between nature and urban sprawl, her subject matter often varies.

    Nikol supports charities and foundations such as Diamond Center For Living, Canadian Cancer Society, Shaun G. Foundation and others.