An exhibition by Cockermouth artist Celia Burbush is on display at a Keswick jewellery works and cafe.

The former Cumbria Artist of the Year, who recently appeared on BBC1’s Home is Where the Art Is, is displaying seven huge abstract works, entitled Elementals, in a special gallery space at Fultons Lakes Jewellery Works.

Zoe Fulton, owner, said: “Celia’s new exhibition is an inspiring collection of artwork and we feel very privileged to welcome her latest pieces to our gallery space for people to admire for the first time.

“Our ethos is all about design and creativity, and this striking and intriguing work beautifully complements the delicate jewellery-making processes which take place here on site.”

Celia has been studying the techniques and thinking of early abstract painters including Russian artist Kandinsky, as well as Germans Anselm Kiefer and Kurt Schwitters.

Celia Burbush’s work will hang side-by-side with that of another local artist, Patrick Kramer, who is showing his new work at Fultons Lakes Jewellery Works this month.