An artist who spent a year at Turner's House will celebrate her time there with an exhibition at Orleans House Gallery's Stables Gallery.

Katie Sollohub will display her work at 'A Guest in Turner's House' from March 26 until May 25.

The exhibition includes a series of bold 9ft paintings among 40 exhibits.

Richmond Council's cabinet member for art and culture Councillor Meena Bond said: "Katie’s work is bold and large-scale charcoal drawings are an important part of her practice.

"An experienced tutor of all ages, she has exhibited widely across the south of England and last year two of her drawings were shortlisted for the prestigious Jerwood Drawing Prize.

"It is an honour to exhibit work of this level at Orleans House Gallery - and shows why the gallery is well known throughout London."

Catherine Parry-Wingfield, chairman of Turner's House Trust, said: "Turner would no doubt be delighted that his former home today inspires high-calibre artists such as Katie."

Opening times for the exhibition are from Tuesday to Sunday 10am to 5pm.