Nadine has always been captivated by the creation of images. Anything that combines movement with expression, texture and personality fascinates her.

The equine form in particular combines both muscular strength and power with an inherent gentleness and fragility. She strives to use a multitude of materials in her work to capture these attributes ranging from paints and varnishes through to clay, metal and recycled materials, in both 2D and 3D.

Nadine lives in the Hampshire countryside with her husband, two daughters, horses, alpacas and dog. Her passion for horses and relationship with animals inspires her need to communicate their beauty and character. She is keen to recycle materials and uses elements from the subject to create atmosphere and shape in her work. Distressing materials to create depth and texture also play a large part in her technique.

A recent commission was for the Pension Insurance Corporation to paint a breed of penguin and was carried out in association with Mall Galleries, The Federation of British Artists. The paintings will be shown at PIC offices in the City of London.

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