Working predominantly with human and animal ﬁgures, I create narratives through the use of mundane objects, suggestive titles and by creating abnormal scenarios. Dealing with my interest in the complexity of human nature, while relying on the traditions of representation, my work carries a serious tone that is represented through hints of humour.
Nicholas Crombach lives and works in Toronto and is a recent graduate of OCAD University’s Sculpture and Installation program. As an early career artist, Crombach actively participates in the art community, exhibiting his work in numerous gallery exhibitions and sculpture gardens. Nicholas is the recipient of numerous awards including the Hayden Davies Memorial award and the Samuel Lazar Kagan award. In 2012, Crombach was selected winner of a First Capital Realty public art competition. The work, Billy, Nanny and the Kids, is location in Appleby Village, Burlington, Ontario.