Nadine Walker is an art educator, graphic designer and illustrator based in South East London who specialises in the visual interpretation of proverbial and poetic text.
As a qualified Art & Design teacher, Nadine has taught in schools and has been designing and delivering art workshops for a number of years to a range of organisations including PRU's, primary schools and community centres.
Trading under Yummi Design, Nadine has been designing promotional materials, branding and illustrating greeting cards.
As an artist, Nadine has taken part in collaborative and solo exhibitions locally and in Central London. More notably, Nadine was one of 20 artists selected by the BBC to visually document the HM Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee Thames Pageant. This work was exhibited along with many other artists including David Hockney at The Pump House Gallery, Battersea.
August - September 2014 : The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust : Lewisham, London
June 2014 : The Albany : Lewisham, London
October 2009 : Limelight Gallery: Lewisham, London
November 2013 : The Blue Nose: Art & Jazz Charity Fundraiser : Greenwich, London
September 2013 : Artists of the River Pagaent for the Thames Festival: Pump House Gallery, Battersea, London
September 2012 : AACDD: The Bargehouse, Oxo Tower, London
April 2012 : The Blue Nose: Art & Jazz Charity Fundraiser
September 2011 : AACDD: The Bargehouse, Oxo Tower
July 2010 : Goldsmiths, Universtiy of London: PGCE Art & Design Exhibition
December 2008 : CBACS: 10th Anniversary of Human Rights Day & Metanoia Trust, London
October 2008 : Kingston Universtity Final Show: The Bargehouse, Oxo Tower, London