A Cumbrian artist is showcasing her work at an exhibition in Edinburgh.

Margaret Harrison features in Tate Britain's 'Women in Revolt' - which recently moved from London to the National Galleries of Scotland: Modern 2.

'Women in Revolt' hosts two of Ms Harrison's works, The Fence, first exhibited at the New Museum New York in 1989, and a drawing from her show in 1971.

Both works are on loan from Les Abattoirs Museum Collection France and the Tate Collection respectively.

A collaborative piece with Mary Kelly and the late Kay Hunt called 'Women & Work' is also on display.

Ms Harrison's work titled 'Homeworkers' is displayed at Tate Britain where it will stay on show for several more years.

Her work has made its way across the globe in public collections, including at the Kunst Haus Zurich and Manchester Metropolitan University, extending as far as the University of California and Davis in the United States.

An upcoming exhibition of her work, paired with works from Conrad Atkinson, her late husband, is set for the White Box Gallery in New York.

The exhibition will tour the US West Coast before concluding at several UK venues, including the Golden Thread Gallery in Belfast.

The show will be modelled on a 2023 exhibition at Cross Lane Projects, Kendal, titled 'Late & Soon: The work of Margaret Harrison and Conrad Atkinson'.