Artist Statement

‘My art practice spans many different approaches using the elemental and diverse material, clay. My fascination with the material itself comes from how it transcends civilization, from the birth of the functional object and preventing the spread of disease to hi-tech uses, such as the noses of spacecrafts. Through a varying approach to making I attempt to examine human behaviors. Through the process of production I capture gestures, ideas and motifs, generating proactive thought and bringing to life these behaviours. Through exhibitions and their design I communicate these ideas as offerings, bringing the viewer in as an intrinsic part of my process.’


Born in Chester, 1983
Lives & works in New York


2013 Ceramics Fellow, Camden Arts Centre, London
2010 MA Sculpture, Royal College of Art, London
2010 Erasmus, Hunter College, New York
2007 BA Fine Art, Camberwell College of Arts, London


That Continuous Thing: Artists and the Ceramics Studio, 1920 – Today, TATE St Ives, Cornwall (G)
Lynda Benglis, Erika Verzutti, Jesse Wine, Fortes D’Aloia & Gabriel, Rio de Janeiro (G)
Hot Pot. Further Thoughts on Earthy Materials, GAK, Bremen (G)


Working title, not sure yet, Mary Mary, Glasgow
Young man red, Gemeentemuseum, Den Haag, The Netherlands
Wonderful Audience Member, Soy Capitán, Berlin (Invited by Melissa Canbaz)
BIG PICTURES, Limoncello Gallery, London
Young man red, BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead
You Can’t Beat Nature, Oriel Mostyn, Llandudno
Chester man, Mary Mary, Glasgow
People, Tunisi Court, London
Travelling White Man, CO2 Gallery, Rome
Simbolico, Fondazione Macc, Calasetta, Sardinia
Practice of the Wild, Limoncello, London
Modern Tone, The Sunday Painter, London
Dax Wax, Hayward Gallery, Concrete Café, London
Every Portrait A Self Portrait, Kinda Like Every Pizza A Masterpiece, Franklin Parrasch Gallery, New York
Meat and Eggs, The Bun House, London


Jesse Wine | Peter Voulkos, Parrasch Heijnen, Los Angeles
Sludgy Portrait of Himself, Museum of Cambridge, Cambridge
Looking North, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool
Luster – Clay in Sculpture Today, Fundament Foundation, Tilburg, The Netherlands
Material Language, New Art Centre, Roche Court
Sorcières et Escargots, Neuchâtel International Fantastic Film Festival, Neuchâtel
Paul Heyer, Jeanette Mundt, Jesse Wine, Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York
British Art Show 8, Leeds City Art Gallery, Leeds & Inverleith House, Edinburgh
Gesture Play, Simone Subal Gallery, New York
Reliability of Recognition, BolteLang, Zürich
Tomorrow: London, South London Gallery, London
To Continue. Notes towards a Sculpture Cycle, NOMAS Foundation, Rome
Bloody English, OHWOW, Los Angeles
If this is left, what about right, Kate Werble, New York
Hey, I’m Mr Poetic, Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge
Rx for Viewing, Ana Cristea Gallery, New York (with Grant Foster)
Tossed Salads and Scrambled Eggs, Cactus, Liverpool (with Glen Pudvine)
Pleasure Principles, Fondation d’Enterprise Galeries Lafayette, Paris
Mud and Water, Rokeby, London
Two-Person Show, Marquise Dancehall, Istanbul
Two-Person show with Jackson Sprague, Hobbs Mclaughlin, London
The Fresh Air Collection, Space Studios, London
Open Heart Surgery, The Moving Museum, London
Sculpturing, 2 Queens, Leicester
Rokeby, London
PAMI, London
Young London 2013, V22, London
Al Fresco, Great Fosters, Ascot
MOSTYN Open 18, Oriel Mostyn Gallery, Llandudno