Re(a)dy: a poem by Kurt Jackson

1 October 2017 // Poetry

From Cot: A Cornish Valley, a collection of new work currently being exhibited at the Jackson Foundation Gallery. Kurt Jackson on Caught by the River

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Kurt Jackson – Bees (and the odd wasp) in my bonnet

28 March 2016 // Art //On Nature

Bees bumbling around the kitchen table. 2014. Mixed media on paper. In an exhibition which has just opened at Oxford University Museum of Natural History, Kurt Jackson is showcasing new work which celebrates the importance and diversity of bees. Acknowledging the dangers faced by British bees, Kurt Jackson has spent the past few years exploring […]

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Kurt Jackson: A Cornish Bestiary

22 September 2015 // Art

Kurt Jackson Marazion murmerations. 2013 oil on canvas 122 x 122cm Natural history and the arts have been the two threads running throughout Jackson’s life. Jackson has chosen to look again at zoology and make a body of work about fauna. Many of the subjects are the day to day animals he comes across – […]

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Kurt Jackson: Foraging

15 March 2015 // Events //On Nature

Kurt Jackson: Foraging 21st March – 26th April 2015 Campden Gallery, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire I search this land Comb through furze and bramble Peer into the sward I enter the greenery The shrubbery I forage the foliage Walking the shoreline Following the stream and river Scanning the pool and pond Sifting the shingle and sediment […]

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Shadows and Reflections – Kurt Jackson

12 December 2014 // Shadows & Reflections

Shadows and Reflections: the annual collection of postings where Caught by the River’s ever-reliable contributors and friends old and new take a look back on the events that have shaped the past twelve months. Golden River Isle, France 2011 mixed media on linen 152 x 204 cm Kurt Jackson. Spring was when I decided to […]

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