AN artist influenced by the dramatic beauty of Yorkshire is exhibiting her work at Scampston’s Walled Garden Café this spring.

Kezy Feaster’s exhibition, Seasons in the Yorkshire Landscape, runs until Sunday, June 16.

Growing up on the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors, Kezy has been heavily influenced by, and gained a passion for, the dramatic beauty and changing moods of the surrounding countryside.

After gaining a degree in ceramics at Bath School of Art and Design, Kezy returned to her Yorkshire roots and now works both at home and in a studio near Pickering.

“I am delighted to have been asked to create an exhibition for Scampston,” said Kezy.

“To be displaying in the setting of a walled garden is particularly wonderful, as my mum instilled her love of horticulture in me and we still enjoy visiting gardens together today.”

Charlotte Kirton, Scampston’s marketing manager, said: “Kezy has a captivatingly unique style which we are delighted to be able to showcase in our first exhibition of 2019. Both local visitors and tourists from further afield will no doubt adore her portrayal of this beautiful county.”

Entry fees are not required to visit the walled garden café and the exhibition.