Jan Robson will be exhibiting at Enys House offering a chance to not only see art work by the Cornish artist, but also the magnificent bluebells for which the estate is known, The exhibition opens on May 2 and runs for fours day, also providing a chance enter the great house, which is not usually open to the public, and view work in progress.

The grounds of Enys House are open selected days until the end of September and during the Bluebell Festival open daily from May 2 to 10.

Artist's work will include dramatic seascapes in oil and beautiful watercolours of butterflies and natural objects. Jan has recently produced an original butterfly painting for the Cornwall Wildlife Trust, to help raise funds for their organisation.

See www.enysgardens.org.uk