Born 1970, Hamburg, Germany. Afterwards four years in Hong Kong.
Schooltime in Hamburg, Abitur 1990.
Internships of building construction, carpentry and interior design in Hamburg and Hong Kong.
Painting courses with Jaakov Blumas, College for Design, Hamburg.
Study of Interior Design, incl. photography with Heinrich Riebesehl and painting with Verena Vernunft, College for Art and Design, Hanover;
Dipl.-Ing. (FH), Interior Design, 1995.
Drafts and implementation plans of interior design mainly in the fields of gastronomy, hotel sector, cruise liner and living, employed and freelance in Hamburg.
Work using painting, photography and image editing and modification techniques.
Art compositions combining photography, digital editing and paint, some digital composed, some with a paint finish. Meanwhile mostly both. Or including photographs in paintings with collage or transfer techniques.
Since 2014 public shows and sales of artworks, available via some exhibitions, internet appearances and at Galerie KuRa in Hamburg, as well as in the Hotel Mondial in Berlin, which now arranges corridors and rooms with them. The interior design and artworks of the coaching company entwickling gBr are by Nica.
In January 2017 the online gallery Art Elephants (over 30000 follower) chose some artworks for their offer and a little later the offer at the biggest online art providor fineartamerica started. Some artworks were part of the Christmas exhibition of Kulturwerk Rahlstedt.
Many artworks were at the Galerieka exhibiton in Hamburg-Eppendorf for three months in spring 2018 as well as artworks of Berlin were in the Caro Berliner Art Gallery Shop in midtown Berlin for two months.
Nica works and lives with her husband and two kids in Hamburg.
“My work is often inspired by nature and architecture. But I am also able to respond to customer preferences and ideas and will work with provided images, letters, etc. The photo edits are printed on several media, including photo paper, canvas and aluminum backing, mostly processed afterwards with paint. Sometimes photographs are included in paintings with collage or transfer techniques. I enjoy the creative process of revealing new, sometimes abstract, perspectives and views by combining colorful and lively paintings with one or more concrete photographic images.”