Almost always to be found with paint on her hands and on her clothing, Nina Worthe is an artist who studied anthropology - drawn to faces and the interactions of people. These interactions, either between people in an art work, or between the viewer and the portrayed subject, are what she hopes to capture. Fairly bold colours and unusual combinations give a sense of brightness to the works created.
Animals, especially those that live close to humans, are another subject that is often portrayed.
The forms of objects and people fascinate her too, and occasionally she will give attention almost exclusively to form and movement in a nearly cubist style.
She work mostly in acrylic paint, though pens and pastel are favourites too.