Kurt Jackson Exhibitions Now (physically) Open

By 13th April 2021 April 19th, 2021 Exhibition

With the easing of lockdown restrictions, we are happy to announce that the Jackson Foundation is once again open to the public.

The large open-plan gallery in St Just, known for its world-class exhibitions currently has three shows on display.

Wheat: From Plough to Plate sees renowned contemporary artist Kurt Jackson trace the journey of a staple crop, wheat, from field to fork in a range of media spanning paint, sculpture and poetry. The Burn – A Scottish Millstream sees him explore this theme further, focussing on the area surrounding an ancient Scottish water mill.

And finally, Echoes of a Vanished World is a beautiful and fascinating photography exhibition of images from travels in Africa, South America and the Pacific by celebrated explorer (and co-founder of Survival International) Robin Hanbury-Tenison OBE.

 All three exhibitions can be viewed at the Jackson Foundation until August and online at www.jacksonfoundationgallery.com.

Opening times can be found here.

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