Kurt Jackson and nature often go hand in hand. The renowned artist, based in Cornwall, is no stranger to dedicating and submerging himself into nature to achieve the desired effect in his work, and his latest exhibition, Frenchman’s Creek, see’s this iconic location come to life through Kurt’s unique and captivating style.
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Discover the story behind one photographer’s quest to capture the minds and inspirations of some of today’s most influential modern artists in print.
Did you know that when you buy a bottle of gin from the St Ives Liquor Company, a tree gets planted? Well, it does! Thanks to a new collaboration, this family-run gin business is giving back to their local environment.
Emma Joyce first started making jewellery on her 50th birthday when she was given a class for a gift. Today, she is a successful jewellery maker with a passion for exploration. Here, she chats to myCornwall about inspirations, taking risks and her unique material style.
The Byre Gallery is one of the Rame Peninsula’s best and beloved ‘not-so-secret’ artistic gems, find out why here…
Rosamunde Pilcher, the Cornish born author whose novels captivated the world, died this year at the age of 94. Here, we pay tribute to this inspiring legend.
Discover the stunning contemporary work of Cornish artist Nina Brooke, who bold, brilliant colours are taking Cornwall and beyond by storm.