Acclaimed sculptor Rebecca Newnham is launching a solo exhibition at Salisbury's Vanner Gallery.

Based in Tisbury's Tuckingmill, Rebecca has showcased her work nationally and internationally.

The upcoming exhibition, titled 'Brook | Marsh | Moss', represents her third appearance at the High Street venue, wherein her work was part of group exhibitions on two previous occasions.

The new exhibition, featuring six distinct series, revolves around riparian zones such as riverbanks and salt marshes, including life that thrives there.

On display will be Rebecca's distinctive wall-mounted mosaic glass panels, floor-mounted structures and cast tree branches.

Salisbury locals and tourists might recognise her artwork from earlier installations in Salisbury Cathedral, both inside and around it.

David Christie, gallery director, said: "We are delighted to welcome Rebecca back to the gallery, and especially to dedicate the entire space to her outstanding work. We hope visitors will enjoy both the work and the narrative about nature and the precious habitats which connects them all."

The exhibition opens on May 3 and will continue until June 8.