Busy mother, pharmacist and avid mountain biker, Nadine, a resident of Centurion, always practiced art as a hobby. Then Covid came. The pace of life became slower, it was a little scarier and art became a necessity, her happy place and life saver. Nadine’s passion is to draw animals with detailed mechanical insets, using pigmented ink pens. This alludes to the real threat of being left with robotic animals if we don’t conserve nature and our planet. A friend told Nadine that her name means “hope” and in spending roughly 30 hours to complete a sketch, she wants to transcend that hope into everyone thinking about the legacy we leave behind.