Current Exhibition

(Online Only)

Art. Music. Activism. – Kurt Jackson, Glastonbury Festival and Greenpeace.

This immersive exhibition looks to share some of the results of his work as Artist-in-Residence as well as celebrating the 50th anniversary of Glastonbury Festival and Greenpeace at the same time as raising vital funds and awareness for the pioneering environmental charity who will be taking over the upstairs gallery to present a photographic history of their fifty years to date and share their current and future campaigns.

Throughout the run of Art. Music. Activism. – Kurt Jackson at Glastonbury Festival with Greenpeace the Jackson Foundation will be holding a prize draw for the chance to win an original Kurt Jackson Glastonbury painting with all proceeds going to exhibition partner Greenpeace.


March 21st – August 15th 2020.
Jackson Foundation Gallery,
North Row, St Just,
Cornwall, TR19 7LB.

Upcoming Exhibition

Time & Tide: The Port Quin Paintings

“Being on this particular rocky shoreline, focussing on this slow daily process, time ruled. Here the tideline was subtle, not marked by a line of deposited items but simply the delineation between the wet and dry. The relationship between the sea’s ebb and flow and the topography of the coast is determined by the clock. Watching the water creeping up and down, in and out of the cove is like watching the hands of a cock rotating on a clock face, the twice daily rise and fall of the sea level is arguably time made visible almost tangible.” – Kurt Jackson.

From June 13 2020.
Messums Wiltshire,
Place Farm,
Court St,
Tisbury,
SP3 6LW.

 

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Selected Past Exhibitions

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)