Kurt Jackson

Kurt Jackson's artworks raise £68,000

Posted by jossc — 21 June 2010 at 11:36am - Comments
Some of the works donated for auction by Kurt Jackson

Exclusive paintings of Glastonbury festival by leading British artist Kurt Jackson raised £68,000 for Greenpeace when they were auctioned last weekend. As a long-time Greenpeace supporter Kurt generously gave us 29 artworks from his time as artist-in-residence at the festival. They were all painted in situ, and included portraits of Radiohead, Massive Attack, Lily Allen, Amadou and Neil Young, plus some amazing landscapes and scenes from the festival.

Exhibition & Auction: Kurt Jackson - A Taste Of Glastonbury

Posted by jossc — 10 May 2010 at 3:54pm - Comments

Leading British painter and environmentalist Kurt Jackson is a long-time supporter of Greenpeace. As the artist in residence at last year's Glastonbury Festival, he created an amazing series of paintings and sketches - including portraits of Radiohead, Massive Attack, Lily Allen and Tinariwen as well as landscapes capturing the essence of the festival.

An arty way to raise money for Greenpeace

Posted by jamie — 9 January 2009 at 3:17pm - Comments

And The Tide Gradually And Silently Creeps Up Over The Shingle And Weed To Get My Feet Wet by Kurt Jackson

Kurt Jackson's 'And The Tide Gradually And Silently Creeps Up Over The Shingle And Weed To Get My Feet Wet, West Sussex'

Artist Kurt Jackson has long been a supporter of Greenpeace, employing his talents to help with our campaigns on a number of occasions. From sketching at a demonstration around the Aldermaston AWE nuclear weapons facility to joining the crew of the Esperanza to protest about dolphins dying in fishermen's nets, he's been throwing an artistic light on some of the most pressing issues we're currently facing.

Artists on Aldermaston

Posted by bex — 2 December 2006 at 1:48am - Comments

One of the hundreds of citizens inspecting Aldermaston earlier this week was the artist Kurt Jackson. He’s best known for his paintings of the Cornish landscape, but it turns out he’s also a dab hand at sketching nuclear weapons facilities. In the rain. Under the scrutiny of nosy police officers.

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