Kurt Jackson: Chestnuts fall into the ferns below. October 2014 Campden Gallery.

Kurt Jackson: Chestnuts fall into the ferns below. I particular like the natural take on the piece with the heavy emphasis on the green and brown tones to create a more natural and serene response to the piece.

Kurt Jackson - A cormorant flies through a green sea, the high tide moves the cove

bofransson: “ Kurt Jackson - A cormorant flies through a green sea, the high tide moves the cove ”

Snow, hail, rain, sun, gales, sun, November ~ 2010  Kurt Jackson

Kurt Jackson’s sketchbooks: the soul of a place

Kurt Jackson's artwork makes me want to give up writing and painting and continue to write and paint furiously, simultaneously. His work is masterful and poetic and arresting. "And on the day that the tsunami hits the Pacific, you watch the incoming tide here on the Atlantic with a shiver and bated breath!"

Kurt Jackson’s sketchbooks: the soul of a place

Kurt Jackson's seas landscape despite being sad, offers a sense of calmness and serenity that the audience are able to immerse themselves in.

indigoalison: Kurt Jackson

On the theme of water, Jackson is one of my favourite painters of this subject. He has a really comprehensive website here

Credit: Kurt Jackson And Under the Almond Blossom are Yellow Flowers, 2007

In pictures: Kurt Jackson's Forest Gardens exhibition

inezlin: “ Kurt Jackson(British, And Under the Almond Blossom are Yellow Flowers 2006 ”

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