Jasmine Raisbeck is an emerging artist from Perth, Western Australia, who makes art in between raising her two young daughters.
Jasmine oscillates between two different styles – abstract works and more representative oil paintings, one of which was recently a finalist in the SBS Portrait Prize.
In Jasmine’s current body of abstract work, she explores the relationship between shapes, pattern and texture to create 3D works, or ‘wall sculptures’ as she likes to call them. She employs a minimalist colour palette, perhaps in a bid to find calm amongst the chaos of raising small children.
Each work in this latest series of geometric wall sculptures is handmade in Jasmine’s Perth studio. No two pieces are the same. The pattern is random and chaotic, yet the works somehow feel harmonious.
The artworks are made using a combination of mixed media, calcite grit compound & synthetic polymer paint on wood board. They are framed in Tasmanian oak.