Born in 1983, Harare, Zimbabwe, Narina grew up in the rural
farming community of Karoi, spending holidays in the Zambezi
valley. From a young age Narina spent days watching her mother
paint and developed an interest in art particularly landscape
and wildlife. In her last year of high school she was fortunate
enough to be tutored by world renowned wildlife artist, Craig
Bone. She then went on to study a Diploma in Interior Design in
Cape Town, South Africa
Narina returned to Zimbabwe to continue working with Craig and
take up art as a career while completing a degree in marketing
management through correspondence.
Narina is a member of ‘Wild Brushes’, a group of
Zimbabwean artists exhibiting together to raise funds for
conservation. She has helped raise funds for the elderly, Mana
Pools National Park and Rhino conservation in Zimbabwe.
She has exhibited paintings in ‘Gallery 909’ and
‘Picturesque Gallery’ both in Cape Town.
Narina paints in oils, watercolour, pencil and ink and is open
to taking commissions. She paints landscape, wildlife and
portraits off photographs or a combination of photographs taken
by the artist.
Narina is currently living in Zambia where she is continuing her passion and love for art on the banks of the Kafue River.