07:30PM, Saturday 08 November 2014
A collection of large silk paintings inspired by nature will go on display in Windsor Great Park.
Artist Wendy Undazan, of Englefield Green, has produced a number of artworks which will be showcased at the Cumberland Lodge in January.
This is Wendy's first exhibition in 25 years after taking a break to raise her family.
She said: "The mission of Cumberland Lodge is to inspire minds and I hope to inspire people be creating a true sense of wonder.
"This makes me so proud to be able to show my collection at such a prestigious location set inside Windsor Great Park."
Locations used in Wendy's art include the Great Park itself, Virginia Water, and Ankerwycke.
Visit www.undazan-art.com for more information.
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