An artist and sculptor with a studio practice based in London. Her recent work presents creatures in curious and surreal landscapes with a sci-fi aesthetic that evoke questions of agency as we face the ecological and climate breakdown. The objects and images build worlds that investigate the blindness of anthropocentric society, using an intuitive and playful range of everyday materials haunted by human touch. A training in figurative sculpture forms the foundation to my practice, Jessica is a QEST Scholar and graduated from the Royal College of Art with an MA in Sculpture 2019. Her work has been shown nationally and internationally with her first solo show in Austin, USA at the end of 2018. In 2019, Wetherly has been selected as the Winner of the Broomhill National Sculpture Prize and as the bursary award winner at the Royal Society of Sculptors. She has examples of commissions with public and private clients including a permanent statue in Archbishop’s Park, Lambeth. London