ART created using plantlife found at a Walton beauty spot features at an autumn exhibition this month.

Angenita Hardy-Teekens has spent a year discovering the flora of the Naze.

Now she has made a series of prints using a technique pioneered by Victorian photographer and botanist Anna Atkins.

Sunlight and chemistry leaves shadows on the paper to form unique Prussian blue prints.

Angenita also created Anna's Dress – a Victorian dress printed with seaweeds – inspired by Atkins which is among her work on display at the Naze Tower's autumn exhibition.

The artist said: "I felt that to honour her I had to make an object that recognised her work."

Other solo shows at the exhibition include photography by Simon Rich and Kirstin Handley's paintings and prints.

There is also a mixed show of paintings, jewellery, turned wood, ceramics, glass and illustrations.

The exhibition runs from September 9 until October 31.