Current Exhibition

A Prehistoric Cornwall

This body of work sees Jackson visit the sites of prehistoric Cornwall and captures the county’s extraordinary range of ancient monuments with a new series of paintings and sculpture.

The landscape is full of these monuments. Some are obvious and picturesque – a stone circle – while others are incongruous, hidden and overlooked despite their size and historical significance; smothered by dual-carriageways, roundabouts and car dealerships.

All of these monuments are an important and integral part of the Cornish landscape as well as its culture, they are a piece of Cornish heritage.

This exhibition is presented in collaboration with The Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty Partnership.

August 29th 2020 – February 2021.
Jackson Foundation Gallery, North Row, St Just, Cornwall, TR19 7LB.
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Selected Past Exhibitions

Art, Music, Activism.

Fonthill (2020)

Frenchman’s Creek (2019-20)

The Stour – From Source to Sea (2019)

Crab and Lobster (2019)

Thorn (2019)

Scilly (2018)

Seacrows (2018)

A Cotswold Village (2017)

Fig and Olive (2017)

Revisiting Turner’s Tourism (2016, 2018)

Bees (and the Odd Wasp) in my Bonnet (2016, 2017)

Cargodna (2014)

Place (2015, 2016)