The Art of Henna
Nina is an established artist from London, her work is influenced by her Indian heritage and she has a style of art that is very intricate and unique. She has an unconventional method of using Henna as the main medium which gives her work a deep, bold and earthy colour, but she also combines this with oil pastels, acrylic paints and watercolours to give her artwork a distinctive edge and a sense of beauty.
Nina has created a number of pieces using elaborate free-hand patterns and designs on paper, canvas and glass. Her designs are extremely universal and can be applied onto various types of material such as wallpaper and textiles, Her work suits all requirements and tastes and works extremely well as for interior design and home décor themes.
Please visit the gallery page to view some of the designs that Nina has created. All pieces are available to buy as originals, paper prints (high quality Giclée prints) or as canvas prints.
If you are looking to create something unique for your home, business or for a special gift, why not commission a piece? Nina can work with you on a specific style or idea you may have.
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Nina Gore Art featured in Think Art Loud blog by Laura Hepworth (Jewellery Designer)
Free For All Friday: Nina Gore of Nina Gore Art is a henna artist. Now generally, when you think of henna, you think of it being applied on a person, and while Nina also applies henna to skin, Nina Gore takes henna out of the realm of temporary body art and into the realm of fine art.
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I bought one of Nina Gore’s art pieces to brighten up a blank wall in my office. I like the fact that it is totally unique. It is also striking with its intricacy and has become a real conversation piece. I am especially impressed it has been done free-hand in this age when computers do everything!
“We think your designs are very beautiful and unique in the art world”