A new set of exhibitions have gone on display at the Royal Cornwall Hospital in Truro.

Running until April, photographer Zachary Craft from Truro and artists Daniel Cowell from St Agnes and Lorraine Field from St Ives will be showing their work.

Zachary Craft is a medical student currently working at the hospital.

He said: “Since moving to Cornwall, I’ve developed a passion for trying to pay tribute to the delicacy that the Cornish Coastline has to offer through photography. I try to capture the beauty of our coastline by spending time in the water with my camera.”

Zach’s images are on sale for £30, with 50 per cent of the profits going to Surfers Against Sewage. Anyone interested in buying an image can contact Zach on zachcraft@aol.com Artist Daniel Cowell paints skies, coastlines, horizons and light dancing on the sea.

He said: “I’m constantly inspired by the scenery that I’ve grown up with here in Cornwall whether it’s an awesome summer sunset or a wild and windy winter sky.”

Lorraine Field from St Ives has a long standing love affair with art. “For as long as I can remember I have always wanted to draw and paint,” she said. “My motivation can be a beautiful day, a walk, a breathtaking view, a joyful scene, a memory, a holiday and happy times.”

The work can be seen at various locations around the hospital.