25.05.12 by Jeff

Nicole Wermers

Collages by artist Nicole Wermers
Collages by Nicole Wermers.

Collages by artist Nicole Wermers

Collages by artist Nicole Wermers

Collages by artist Nicole Wermers

Collages by artist Nicole Wermers

Collages by artist Nicole Wermers

Collages by artist Nicole Wermers

Collages by artist Nicole Wermers

Collages by artist Nicole Wermers

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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Geoff

    bad. ass.

  • artnau

    Precioso! So beautiful.

  • DH

    i am so confused by these. awesome

  • The fourth one is brilliant and reminds me of a photograph by Josef Koudelka. Can not remember where he took it. (Anyone?)

  • love love love

  • I like the use of everyday objects which have been manipulated into abstract pieces of art. My favourite is the fifth image, which looks to have a close up of glitter in the middle.

  • Patrick

    really great work, her collages really create a confusing spatial awareness, out of repeated images.

    i spread the word on Wermers’ work as well:
    http://art-sponge.com/2013/02/abstract-collages-by-nicole-wermers/





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