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Nestled down a side street just off Bank Square, The Jackson Foundation is a new gallery space created by leading British contemporary artist Kurt Jackson and his wife Caroline. The gallery focuses on Kurt's engagement with the natural world and his...more
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North Row | 30-minute spaces in Market Square, St Just TR19 7LB, England
This is a fantastic gallery, so light and spacious, and a wonderful space to view Kurt Jackson's enthralling work. Such a surprise to find a 'state-of -the-art' building amongst the little cottages and back lanes of St Just. A walk from the gallery afterwards down...More
What an amazing space this gallery is - it was delightful just being in the building. An awesome display of artwork by Kurt Jackson. Spacious, light, airy - it invites exploration. The video of Kurt working on the beach was mesmerizing!
Walking into this gallery is a revelation. The building is beautifully built to bring space, awe and carefully placed views of the outside. Kurt Jackson’s art is beautifully displayed forcing one to stand or sit and stare. There is a compelling film of him painting...More
Kurt Jackson has the ability to create wonderful paintings that truly reflect the Cornish Coast. It was wonderful to sit on the bench in the middle of the Gallery and absorb all the wonderful art work. A MUST see if you are in St Just.
On a trip to Cornwall we wanted to see the interpretation of some of Turner’s paintings in South West England by local artist Karl Jackson. The visit did not disappoint. The gallery located in an old warehouse is well worth visiting and has a changing...More
We had the good fortune to be recommended Kurt Jackson’s gallery on a recent stay in West Cornwall. A fabulous space to showcase his work. Stunning art shown off in light, airy rooms with space to really appreciate the piece up close and at distance....More
Having long been a fan of Kurt Jackson's works, it's wonderful to be able to see them as they should be displayed - on huge walls in a vast space. The building has been brilliantly renovated and adapted to its new purpose, and the upstairs...More
This gallery in a converted industrial warehouse is the brainchild of artist Kurt Jackson. When we visited it was showing work entirely by KJ, but advised that the exhibition was only running until 21st April. I have no idea whether they only show the artist's...More