A colourful new nature mural has appeared in an Oxford street.

The artwork created by Lisa Curtis can be found in Howard Street on the side of the Iffley Road Co-op shop in East Oxford.

Featuring flowers, dragonflies, bees and a bicycle, the new painting follows the success of a nearby alleyway painted by the same artist.

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Ms Curtis, who paints under the title ‘Lisa Made It’, decorated the side of a house last year alongside a previously dingy walkway after more than 130 residents crowdfunded it.

The new mural on ‘Co-Op Corner’ extends the original mural, and aims to have the same effect, aiming to brighten up the road and lift the spirits of residents.

Locals suggested what they wanted to see on it with wildlife, birds, insects, flowers, trees, bicycles, dogs and the river all being popular.

Oxford Mail: The new artwork is colourful.Green Party candidate and nearby householder Max Morris said: "Donnington residents were delighted to see the new artwork by Lisa Made It on the wall behind the Co-Op, which has made Howard Street even more welcoming.

“Lisa's art celebrates our diverse community's love of nature, and the murals have involved so many local people coming together to support the initiative.

“We are looking for more spaces which could be brightened up in future."

Oxford Mail: Residents watched on after suggesting what they wanted to be seen included.

Councillor Emily Kerr added: “It’s such a pleasure to see more street art springing up around East Oxford.

“It makes walking around the area more enjoyable, especially with children who love spotting different elements of the art.”