Jesse Wine (born Chester, 1983) works mainly with ceramics and uses traditional techniques to explore process and chance.
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We offer many opportunities for schools and colleges, from group visits and artist-led sessions to work based placements within our Learning team.
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Pupils and their families from The Cedars Academy took part in BALTIC's latest Gateshead Stars project. Working with artist Kevin Meikle, the group explored the themes of journey, transformation and fusion.
The first work, Circular Square Journey of DOOM combines painting and drawing and recreates the image of a person embarking on an unknown journey.
'CEDARS' Because We Can! is a display celebrating pupils' ability to overcome barriers and do anything. It fuses patterns, shading and mark-making into a panelled representation of The Cedars Acedemy school badge.
The Cedars Academy featured artists are: John Wallace, Paul Cooper, Joseph Bell, Mrs Bell, Anna Wood, Glynis Wood, George March, Mrs March, Roy Graham, Mrs Graham, Josh Pendelton, Liam Harrison, Michelle Hallett, Lauren Ross, Loren Dack
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