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Jesse Sinisi Started as an industrial designer working in a variety of industries.  He began sculpting after assisting his grandfather, Angelo Sinisi, on a sculpture.  Jesse leverages techniques he has learned from years in the design and engineering field to create new and engaging works in public art.  Jesse’s goal is to create pieces that are enjoyed by both artists and non artists.  His work takes inspiration from his grandfather, ancient iconography and the materials themselves.

Work Currently on display:

Sheltered youth at Chicago’s Lincoln park

Pushing Through at the Phillip’s Mill Gallery

Past Exhibitions

Stover Mill gallery annual juried show

New Hope Arts Sculpture Show

Pop up Show at Warminster Community Park

Memberships in Organizations:

Member of Phillips Mill Art Committee

Member of Chicago Sculpture International