Ann Clement’s art will be on display at the museum until Saturday, January 22.
Ann explained her work is in memory of her son Lewis, who died in 2002 aged 20 of a rare and aggressive cancer.
She said: “Lewis would have been 40 now and art is a good way for me to keep his memory alive.
“All my work is in memory of Lewis. My art is full of life, just like him.
“If someone buys an exhibit it will be a way for Lewis to live on.”
Ann has previously raised money for charity through her work.
In 2006 she set herself a challenge to complete 52 paintings in a year. She sold 20 at an auction and raised £10,000 which was split between the Royal Marsden Hospital, Macmillan and the Canadian Harambee Education Society.
In 2012 she won the Haslemere Art Society’s people’s prize.