Time and Tide. Upcoming Exhibition.

By 17th May 2020 May 18th, 2020 Exhibition

Kurt Jackson has a new exhibition opening at Messums Wiltshire this June following the timetable below..

13 June – the Private Viewing Room opens to the public.
17 June, 6:30pm – Artist Talk online via Zoom.
20 June – Artworks go on sale

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 clock rotating on a clock face, the twice daily rise and fall of the sea level is arguably time made visible almost tangible.– Kurt Jackson.

More information including how to register for the video conversation, please click here.

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  • Hilary Kenney says:

    I was watching Rick Steins episode where he met you at your ‘hut’.
    Absolutely loved your painting but sadly the internet has not allowed me to find a good selection of your work. Obviously coming to an exhibition would be the best way to view your work but sadly not possible in ‘COVID times!’
    Could you tell me the best site to view your images and hopefully purchase a print?
    Thank you for taking time to reply
    Kind regards
    Hilary Kenney

    • news says:

      Hi Hilary, thank you for your kind words.

      May I suggest taking a look at the Jackson Foundation Gallery website – http://www.jacksonfoundationgallery.com – where you can view a selection of previous exhibitions and images. From there, on the top menu, you can also find a link to the online shop where limited edition prints can be purchased alongside catalogues books etc. I hope this helps, all the best, Fynn

  • Janet says:

    Like Hillary I liked your interview in Rick Stein’s episode at the ‘hut’.
    Your paintings are marvellous and don’t do justice on the internet.
    Unfortunately I can’t visit your exhibitions as I live in Qld Aust.
    This is just a short text of appreciation of 10 minutes viewing of your fabulous works.
    I also am an avid fan of Rick’s.
    Cheers Janet

    • news says:

      Hi Janet, thank you for your kind words! We are receiving a lot of correspondence from Australia at the moments, so we had assumed that Rick Stein’s Cornwall had just aired. So glad you enjoyed the show and the work!

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