- 2017 Calendar out now! – THRIVE. Available at buyolympia
- September 23, 2016– Mystic Seaport opens new Thompson Gallery. I designed entry hall artwork. It is 15×60 feet!
- October 4, 2016 – Tegamisha, Tokyo. I will be showing some new work here. I won’t be there sadly, but my papercuts will be as well as a pop-up store for buyolympia.
- October 4, 2016 – 20 years of paper cutting! Apple was first made 20 years ago. (I will have a special sale of signed Apple books available at buyolympia very soon!)
- November 5, 2016 – Wordstock, Portland, OR. I will be reading at 11am at the Portland Art Museum.
- November 19, 2016 – Wild Arts Festival, Portland Oregon. I will be signing and hanging out with a room full of writers and artists. 12-4.
- November 19, 2016 – Calendar originals artshow at Land Gallery, Portland 6-9
- December 1, 2016 – Forest Show at Stonington Gallery, Seattle. I will be part of a group show about forests.
- December 10, 2016 – Crafty Wonderland, Portland, OR. (I don’t really live there!! It will just feel like it by then.)
- A new book by Jeremy Chatelain May The Stars Drip Down that I illustrated is now available.
The publisher made this nice video about the process.
- A recent interview with me over at NW Book Lovers
- A new edition of Collect Raindrops with 64 new pages is now available.
- New calendar is done! Now available at buyolympia.com!
- The Olympia Rotary Club awarded me Environmentalist of the Year 2013.
- A video of a lecture I gave at The Evergreen State College is now available on YouTube.
- The Museum of Contemporary Craft has published a series of writings about my exhibit there by Lois Maffeo, Jean Smith and Carrie Brownstein.
- To Market, To Market wins Washington State Book Award
- New posters, cards, t-shirts and limited edition print at buyolympia.com
- Apple, published by Appleseed will be out in Fall 2012, and it already has a starred review from Publisher’s Weekly.
- How to be a Cat is out!
- Finishing layout for “May the Stars Drip Down” by Jeremy Chatelain of the band, Cub Country. Nighttime lullaby. You can listen to the song to get an idea.
- To Market, To Market won a Gold Medal for Non-fiction from Parent’s Choice and is selected to be in the Society of Illustrators Awards Exhibition in October, NYC.
- I’m interviewed on Crafty Crafty .TV
- Created album art for Resume: A Compilation Album to Support the Victims of the Japan Earthquake.
- Great Interview with me on Seven Impossible Things Before Breakfast.
- To Market, To Market about the Olympia Farmer’s Market. Out May 2011.
- Paper Cutting: Contemporary Artists, Timeless Craft A compilation of papercut artists. Out April 2011.
- How To Cook A Perfect Day. It is a cookbook that I originally made in 1998 with recipes and food memories to concoct the perfect day. It has been rebound and reprinted. Available Now
- Cool piece on Liberated Spaces about what to do with old calendars.
- A recent interview with me on Kindness of Ravens blog.
- I’ve written up a little background piece about Mama Is It Summer Yet.
- From The Desk Of… I’ve been featured on From The Desk Of… a nice site that shows artists’ (and other folks’) workplaces.
- Live radio interview with Nikki McClure and Cynthia Rylant about “All in a Day”
on Think Out Loud, Oregon Public Broadcasting. Listen
- All in a Day has been awarded a 2010 PNBA Book Award (Pacific NW Booksellers Association)
- Since 1965 the PNBA has presented annual awards to recognize excellence in writing from the Pacific Northwest. To see the full list of winners, you can visit their site.
Interviews and Articles
- Seattle Weekly – Fall Arts: A Walk in the Goddamn Woods With Nikki McClure
- The Olympian – Living Her Dreams
- LA Weekly – Interview: Nikki McClure on Illustrating with an X-Acto Knife
- Interview with Chad W. Beckerman – All In A Day
- Divine Caroline – Mothers of Invention: Calendar Girl
- Reading Local: Portland Interview