A NEW art exhibition revolving around nature is coming to Caversham, it has been revealed.

The Caversham Picture Framer will be showcasing the work of Liz Chaderton from October 1 until November 9.

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Liz has a passion for painting animals and works with watercolours and ink, both on paper and canvas.

She explained: “I aim to capture the wealth of animal life that thrives in the Thames Valley.

"By making the viewer stop and look again; I hope to let everyone see the extraordinary in the everyday.”

The starting point for each picture is something that catches her attention – a cows’ nose, a pig’s ear, or maybe the cats’ whiskers.

Her aim is to leave space for the viewer’s imagination to wander, believing that what is left out is just as important as what is put in.

She hopes her work can raise a smile and help people to see familiar creatures in new ways, hoping that if we do not take them for granted we will treat both animals and their environment with greater respect.