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.