Nicole Emond (b.1993) is a multi-disciplinary artist working primarily in woodcut, stone lithography, screen print, and sculptural processes. Originally from Northern Ontario, she is currently a BFA (honours) candidate at Queen’s University. Her work in printmaking allows her to create an abstraction of landscapes, which attempts to portray the feeling and texture within, particularly of rock formations. Using a shifting perception of scale and a lack of initial legibility she hopes to mirror the shifting and evolving geology of our natural surroundings. She holds a certificate in International Studies and prior to Queen’s she studied at the Bader International Study Centre at Herstmonceux Castle, East Sussex, UK. Her work has been exhibited throughout Ontario including Kingston, Hamilton, and Sault Ste. Marie.