Last month we had a team outing to the opening of artist Kurt Jackson’s new exhibition - The Fowey.
We’d been asked to etch a rather large piece of beech ply with one of Kurt’s poems and we felt very proud to see it hanging in such a beautiful gallery space.
A good example of using simple materials at scale to make a large impactful statement.
The gallery is in such a beautiful area. Well worth a visit to the most westerly town in Cornwall, St. Just in Penwith.
The exhibition was a reminder of how privileged we are to be working in our county's creative community. But also of the fragility of that environment. The Jackson Foundation is a multi-award winning, carbon-negative art-space celebrating the relationship between art and the natural world. Friends of the Earth had an accompanying display of their work; of which Kurt is a supporter.
Visitors are welcome to view the paintings until 24th February 2024.
Cut By Beam Team at the exhibition:
(L-R): Eliza, Emily, Liberty, Jenny, Lynn & Celia