“This is a fragile place, a delicate and ancient piece of land and water – a beautiful place to linger, watch and witness; the slow tides and seasonal shifts in dress…”

Kurt Jackson, 2019

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.

For more information on this exhibition, please visit the gallery website.

August 31st 2019 – February 22nd 2020.
Jackson Foundation Gallery, North Row, St Just, Cornwall, TR19 7LB.

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Exhibition catalogue can be purchased here