hob'art Gallery, Hoboken, NJ - 2014 – Registry 2014


Serendipity Magazine - Greenwich Arts Council featured Artist for Art on the Avenue show in May2015

Agora Gallery Magazine - Sensorial Senseibilities exhibition, Summer 2014



2016 July Salmagundi Club - non-member juried

Calcite Marble Whelk Shell 1st prize Scuplture

2016 June - hob'art Gallery solo show, Seashell Series

2015 Dec - Viridian Gallery, NYC,  hob'art member group show

2015 Nov - hob'art Gallery solo show, abstract figurative sculptures

2015 Jun-Sep Monmouth Museum, Please Touch Sculpt Show, Entwined, Marble

2015 May - Greenwich Arts Council/Art-on-Ave/Whelk, Clam - Featured Artist

2015 May -, Landscapes, Bonsai, Merit Award - Juried

2015 Mar - hob’art Gallery Members Show –sculpture, Women History

2015 Jan - Black Rail Café, hob’art Gallery members show, sculpture

2015 Jan - hob’art Gallery members show, sculpture, PAX show

2015 Jan - Art Guild NJ, members show, Orange Calcite Clam Shell

2014 Dec - Red Dot Fair Miami/Gallery 26 NYC, Alabaster Nautilus Shells

2014 Nov - hob'art Gallery members show, Sculptures

2014 Oct - – Abstracts, sculpture Juried, Merit Award

2014 July - Agora Gallery, NYC, Sensorial Sensibilities - 3 Sculpts, 2 Paintgs

2013 Sept - –Limestone Abstract Sculpture - Juried

2013 July -, NYC Angel Orensanz Gallery – Sculpture, Painting

2013 July -, Sculpture, Painting - Featured Artist

2013 April - - Seascapes Painting Competition – Juried

2012 Aug - – Botanicals Painting Competition – Juried, Merit Award

2012 Aug - Mark of Beauty, Union Gallery, Edinburgh - Sculpture on video stream

2012 July - Botanicals Painting - Juried

2011 Dec - Botanicals Painting - Juried

2011 Sept - Artistic Circle, Landscape Painting - Juried

2011 July - Trees for Life Charity Exhibition, Edinburgh, painting

2008 Nov - Tolland Art Assoc. CT landscapes Painting - Juried

2008 June - Old Saybrook, CT landscapes Painting -Juried





“I love carving a stone and letting it tell me where it wants to go,” Jesse Ensling says of his sculptures. “It is a process that speaks to me and connects me to a past when carving stone was just beginning.” A painter as well as a sculptor, Ensling captures nature in many forms in his work, letting his sensitivity to color, shape and texture lead him. The artist calls his style “expressionistic and abstract,” but his control over his materials and ability to create a feeling of movement and depth in his pieces give them a powerful immediacy and physicality.  His sculptures, executed in stone and marble, exhibit strength and delicacy.  Their undulating arcs giving the solid material lightness and freedom.

Ensling’s oil paintings are his way of “depicting nature's two dimensionality.” Using a palette that animates soft earth tones with accents of pink or yellow, he creates a world that exudes a sense of harmony while remaining spontaneous and open. “My art expresses my love of nature,” he says, and that feeling gives his work its special appeal.