HUDDERSFIELD artist Liadin Cooke is to stage an exhibition at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park.
The 47-year-old will be bringing her work to the Bothy Gallery at the West Bretton park in May.
The exhibition will run from May 6 until September 3.
Liadin, who is originally from Ireland, has created a range of sculptures and drawings inspired by subjects as varied as Charlotte Bronte's novels and the names of tulips.
The works of art are not literal representations of what they were inspired by.
Instead, Liadin has created objects which capture moods.
For example, she has used overpowering colours to show how Bronte's character Jane Eyre felt stifled when she was locked in a room at her aunt's home.
She has also done a series of drawings which she says "reflect the essence" of the words chosen to name tulips, such as Matchless Pearl and The Gem of the Shah.
Tulips also form the focus of another exhibition which will run alongside Liadin's.
Old Flames is an display put together in association with the Wakefield and North of England Tulip Society.
The exhibition - which marks the society's 170th anniversary - will run from May 6 to July 9.
There are over 40 works and it focuses on prints, paintings and photographs of English florists' tulips.
Once there were many tulip societies in the UK.
But the Wakefield and North of England society is now the only one left.
At the exhibition, the society's vice-president, Anna Pavord, will give a talk on tulips on May 12. Tickets for that event cost £10, but entry to both this and the Liadin Cooke exhibition will be free.
For more details, phone 01924 832631.