Jasmine Crisp

Jasmine Crisp

Jasmine Crisp

2017 Graduate

Bachelor of Visual Art with Honours

“Jumping straight into ACSA from highschool meant that my time at the art school was incredibly formative and influential. My teenage excitement was shaped by a new and highly focused environment with close guidance from esteemed practicing artists. This concentrated and inspiring change urged me to develop my dreamlike ambitions into more realistic objectives within a place of practical information and support. I felt a sincere energy from the school and fellow students that I believe contributed to a shared desire to pursue high-quality work and practices. Many years after graduating I still exist in strong connection to my fellow peers, mentors, teachings and even the dispositions that were formed in my time at Adelaide Central School of Art.”

Jasmine Crisp was born and grew up in Adelaide, South Australia. Since graduating with Honours in 2017, Jasmine has pursued a full-time art practice primarily as a painter and mural artist. Jasmine has participated in artist residencies in Iceland and Finland, and presented works from these travels in a solo show at Floating Goose Gallery, Adelaide. In 2018 Jasmine was the Artist in Residence at Carclew House, North Adelaide and in 2020 was the Artist in Residence at Praxis ArtSpace, Bowden. Jasmine is represented by GALA Gallery in Queensland.

Jasmine is fascinated with the relationships between people, their belongings and home environments. Her paintings are driven by ideas concerning how objects and places are treasured, valued, possessed, or used as forms of self-adornment and identification. She combines personal experiences, relationships with others and literature to construct narrative paintings set in both domestic and imagined spaces.


Image credit: Rosina Possingham 201

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