Kurt Jackson's Sea

Kurt Jackson's Sea
Julian Spalding, Kurt Jackson
NZ$ 140.99
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h270 x 228mm - 192pg
7 Jun 2021 UK
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For Kurt Jackson (b. 1961), ' Painting the sea could become an obsession, an entire oeuvre in its own right, an endless life absorbing task. ' And, as this book attests, Jackson' s dedication to capturing its constant shape shifting - stillness to thundering force, shallows to mysterious depths - have brought forth paintings that communicate the sea' s ebb and flow, its magic and elusiveness. Kurt Jackson' s Sea captures the beauty of the artist' s constantly evolving relationship with one of nature' s most challenging subjects. Two hundred colour images complement Jackson' s reflections on his interactions with inspirational coastal landscapes - largely experienced in his native Cornwall, but stretching way beyond the county too.
British artist Kurt Jackson' s practice involves both plein air and studio work and embraces an extensive range of materials and techniques, including mixed media, large canvases, printmaking and sculpture. He has been artist-in-residence on the the Greenpeace ship Esperanza, at the Eden Project and at Glastonbury Festival since 1999, and is Honorary Fellow of St Peter' s College, Oxford University, while also holding a Honorary Doctorate from Exeter University for his services to the arts. Julian Spalding is a former museum director and writer. His book The Art of Wonder: A History of Seeing won the Banister Fletcher Award for best art book of 2006.

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