Liz Chaderton

Reading's Blade building and Abbey ruin panorama
(Room 1)
The heads of two grebes
(Room 2)
Canada geese flying in formation
(Room 5)

63. Abbey ruins, Pen, wash and map collage on paper, 56 x 19cm, SOLD

With the A to Z of Reading now redundant thanks to Sat Nav, it seemed a perfect link in the chain of the town's history, from ancient abbey walls to the pinnacle of The Blade.


64. Dance to the music of life, Ink, watercolour and metal leaf on deep edge canvas, 60 x 60cm, £700

Inspired by the grebes on the river Thames, with their elaborate dance and synchronised swimming, these two bond over a ceremony where they present each other with offerings of river weed. Though comical with their amazing hair dos, their strong bond forged over a humble offering is a wonderful thing to contemplate and a sight you will be very fortunate to view.


65. Flying South, Watercolour on canvas, 100 x 50cm, £700

When a skein of geese fly over autumn is just around the corner. Living close to Dinton Pastures, their noisy migration heralds the change of season and makes me smiles, because did you know if they are flying close they are called a plump?

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For more about the artist, see RGA Gallery page: Liz Chaderton