antler gallery portland


“Ostara”, in which baby opossum is birthed from the earth, gouache & watercolor. Tonight is the opening for Zenith & Nadir, my show with Lindsey Carr at Antler Gallery in Portland. Stop by 6-9pm and hang out with us! I have two giclée prints for sale, as well as copies of my new risograph zine 🌟 Thanks so much to Neil and Susannah for having me in your lovely gallery!


Now on display at the wonderful Antler Gallery in Portland for the “Unnatural Histories V” exhibition:

“Pigeon Gryphon”, 2016, Ballpoint Pen, Ink Pencils, Colored Pencils, Graphite and Gel Pen on Multi-media Paper, 15.5 inches by 19.25 inches (19.5 inches by 23.25 inches framed)

Please contact me or Antler Gallery at for any and all questions about this piece and this exhibiton


Neráidos par Kindra Nikole
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Brand-new image created for Antler Gallery in Portland, Oregon. This piece is now available through Antler for their Unnatural Histories V annual group show, opening this evening! For inquiries on adopting this piece, please e-mail This annual show asks artists to create imaginary creatures or visit mythological creatures from any genre, and then write a description for their creature. I made mine up, based loosely off of fae and dryads. Here’s my description I wrote for this imagined creature! “The solitary and nomadic Neráidos dwells deep within the old-growth forests of the Pacific Northwest. This mystical creature travels from forest to forest, feeding on local fauna before moving on. All Neráidos are herbivores. They subsist on the detritus of decomposing vegetation found on the forest floor but have been known to eat fungi, moss, and fresh ivy as well. Although Neráidos prefer to live in isolation, forest rats are drawn to them and often travel many miles alongside their dryadic companions. Scholars speculate that the two share a symbiotic relationship, although no one has gathered enough data to confirm this theory. Catching sight of one of these mysterious forest dwellers is incredibly rare, as they have the ability to shapeshift—and will do so the moment any human comes within a few hundred feet of them. When they sense danger or an unfamiliar presence, they rapidly assume the form of a mossy tree, tangled with ivy. Their limbs become rooted to the earth, and in this form, they draw nutrients from the soil, allowing them to remain hidden for as long as a year, if necessary. Due to deforestation, Neráidos settle into their tree form less and less frequently. It seems that Neráidos are migrating farther north, perhaps due to reckless logging, as fortunate hikers (and unfortunate loggers) have reported Neráidos sightings as far north as the Yukon Territory.”

New oil painting for the upcoming exhibit BRINK which opens January 14th at Antler Gallery in Portland. Antler is teaming up with The Audubon Society of Portland for this show, with 20% of sales being donated to help their conservation efforts. This exhibit is looking incredible so far; definitely go check it out if you’re in the area when it opens!


“Samhain”, a gouache & watercolor painting for Zenith & Nadir at Antler Gallery in Portland. Stop by tonight for the preview opening, or Thursday night for the opening, and check out all the beautiful pieces by my co-exhibitors Lindsey Carr and Audrey Pongracz 🖤 I will have limited edition prints of this and one other piece, as well as my new zines!


First full image of a piece for my show at Antler Gallery that officially opens tomorrow!

“Fig”, 2017, Ballpoint Pen, Watercolor, Ink, Marker, Colored Pencils, Graphite and Gel Pen on Multi-media Paper, 18 inches by 23.5 inches, 22 inches by 27.5 inches framed, $2,600.00

For purchase inquiries and questions about this piece or the show, please contact Antler Gallery at or myself at


2015 has been a very exciting year for me! Kicked off the beginning of the year with a brand new book cover for Brandon Sanderson and a few gallery pieces for Light Grey Art Lab, and finishing strong with a few personal pieces for Month of Fear, a few more book covers (some of them under wraps at this point), and a couple oil paintings for Modern Eden Gallery and an upcoming show with Antler Gallery in Portland. I’ve learned a lot about my process this year and I hope to continue refining my visual voice and make images with which people can feel a connection. 

Thank you for all your support! I feel very blessed and grateful to get to know so many people and artists this year and it’s an honor to be in such great company. I hope everyone has an amazing 2016!

Working! on! a new! zine!!! These will be released alongside a bunch of new paintings at the opening of my upcoming show with the amazing Lindsey Carr at Antler gallery, August 31 in Portland OR!

“Beltane”, a gouache & watercolor painting for Zenith & Nadir, opening 8/31 at Antler Gallery in Portland. There is a preview opening tomorrow evening, 6-9pm; or to see an online preview, email

All of my paintings for this show are in custom-built hexagonal frames, beautifully crafted by Signed & Numbered! I’ve been going to them for frames for a couple years now, they construct them by hand in all different styles from reclaimed wood, and I can’t recommend them highly enough :)