In this breathtaking new body of work, leading contemporary artist Kurt Jackson immerses himself – sometimes literally – in a tributary of the Helford River, an area of Atlantic temperate rainforests. A unique landscape of sessile oak woodlands meeting the tide that famously inspired Daphne du Maurier’s 1941 novel Frenchman’s Creek.
August 31st 2019 – February 22nd 2020.
Jackson Foundation Gallery,
North Row, St Just,
Cornwall, TR19 7LB.