An artist is set to showcase over 60 examples of her finest work in Bowness this weekend.

Halima Cassell, who specialises in sculptural work, will be at Blackwell Arts & Crafts House on Saturday and Sunday.

Known for combining geometric elements with architectural structures, Cassell’s current exhibition, 'Reflections', includes over 60 beautifully hand-crafted pieces throughout the house.

The Westmorland Gazette: The Virtues of Unity display at BlackwellThe Virtues of Unity display at Blackwell (Image: Lakeland Arts)

The exhibition features the impressive installation 'Virtues of Unity', a growing collection of sculptures made from native clays of countries around the world. 

Cassell will be doing an informal 'Meet the Artist' event from 12 noon until 3:00pm on Saturday.

Visitors are invited to ask questions, discuss areas of interest and learn more about the artist.

The Westmorland Gazette: Cassell's 'Gemination' pieceCassell's 'Gemination' piece (Image: Robin Zahler)

For budding creatives looking to follow in her footsteps, this is described as an opportunity to discover how Cassell has successfully pursued a career in the arts, find out some practical tips and be inspired.

As well as this, Cassell will be signing copies of her book 'Halima Cassell 25', which is available to purchase from the Blackwell contemporary craft shop.  

On Sunday, the artist will be a doing a live demonstration from 10:00am until 3:00pm, working on one of her hand carved sculptures. 

Cassell creates her sculptural forms from a diverse range of materials including unglazed clay, metal, paper, stone, wood and jesmonite.

The demonstration is set to take place in Blackwell’s guild room, where visitors can watch Cassell’s meticulous patterns being sculpted.  

The Westmorland Gazette: 'Nuages' or 'Mackerel Skies' by Halima Cassell'Nuages' or 'Mackerel Skies' by Halima Cassell (Image: Robin Zahler)

This is a rare opportunity for locals to witness an exhibition that has been featured in numerous national and international displays.

This includes the Victoria and Albert Museum, The Hepworth Wakefield and Birmingham Art Gallery.

The events are included with general house admission, which is an annual pass allowing visitors to return as many times as they like across the year to the house. 

Tickets can also be solely bought for the event here.