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The colors, textures and patterns of these torn paper collage, abstract squares and rectangles describe an emotional connection between Nishima and the works.
These abstract square torn paper collages evolved from Nishima’s studies of Mark Rothko’s paintings as she created original ketubot, first with watercolor, then experimenting with layers of colorful art papers.
The squares were created as two series: Song of Songs and Four Elements. Over the years, new works began to connect the colors between the two series. Nishima’s vision for the collection is a large wall with multiple tiles hung together, perhaps with words in the center of each piece.
The torn paper collage is constructed from art paper that is torn, applied and layered onto a board over the course of several days. The process is intensely meditative for the artist. She begins with only an idea in mind. No sketches of the artwork are done prior to beginning and no instruments other than the artist's hand are used to tear the paper. Sudden inspirations, "accidents" and the natural beauty of the paper are allowed to "create" the artwork, using the artist as the vessel of expression.
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