Former art students featured in an international magazine.

The students, who originally trained at West Cheshire College, appeared in luxury publication Vogue.

Jesse Wine and Ryan Gardner, who are both well-known and established artists, were included in the magazine’s coverage of a modern art show held in London’s Regent’s Park each year.

The show is said to be one of the world’s leading contemporary art fairs and attracts fashion designers, celebrities and artists.

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Jesse, 32, who studied foundation art and design at the college, said: “West Cheshire College was a fantastic stepping stone for me to progress with my career.

“The tutors and the course were fabulous, engaged and changed my view on art and making art.”

Jesses, who works in London and uses only clay to make art, added: “The work in the Vogue article is a 2m by 3m wall work which is a portrait of my bedroom floor, including a yellow plug extension cable and a red carpet.

“Being an artist was always my dream and I am so pleased and proud I have turned it into a full time career. My dream now is to continue with my art but to keep continually pushing myself, to create bigger pieces and be featured in bigger venues and hopefully onto museum shows.”

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John Lansley, programme leader of art and design at the college, said: “Jesse is a fantastic example of what our former students go on to achieve, I am so pleased he is making his dreams come true.

“Jesse is dedicated and hard working and I wish him all the best with all his future endeavours.”