Current Exhibitions


The Fowey


Kurt Jackson has spent well over forty years working on, next to and along many different watercourses; painting and drawing, following and observing these dynamic and enigmatic waterways.

For his newest exhibition, Jackson focuses on one of Cornwall’s most iconic rivers, the River Fowey; tracing her route from the source high up on Bodmin Moor through farmland and wooded valleys across the county to where she meets the sea in the sheltered deep water estuary by Fowey town.

Find out more and view exhibition…

Solo Exhibition
2nd September 2023 – 24th February 2024.
Jackson Foundation, North Row, St Just, TR19 7LB.

Recent Past Exhibitions

Biodiversity (2021/22)

Clay Country (2021/22)

Kenidjack: A Cornish Valley (2021/22)

Mermaids’ Tears (2021/22)

Orwell’s Jura, Morag’s Skye (2021/22)

Wheat: From Plough to Plate (2021)

The Greeenways (2020/21)

A Prehistoric Cornwall (2020/21)

Art, Music, Activism. (2020)

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 (2016/18)

Bees (and the Odd Wasp) in my Bonnet (2016/17)