Jasmine Crisp is a painter and muralist born and based in Adelaide, South Australia. Her characteristic practice utilises traditional painting techniques and brush work to produce narrative fueled imagery from personal life experiences. Crisps highly detailed work experiments with symbolic storytelling using portraiture in combination with objects and environment to form both real and reimagined landscapes of the felt human experience.
After completing her Bachelor of Visual Art (Honours) at Adelaide Central School of Art (2017) she has been granted the 12 month Praxis and Carclew artist in residence programs in SA as well as multiple international artist residencies across Iceland (SíM, NES) and Finland (Koli Ryynanen). Crisp’s work is included in the Artbank collection and has been awarded for the main prize of the CCH Art Prize, first prize in the Prospect Portrait Prize and YouthScape Art Prize, achieved multiple peoples choice awards and included as finalists in the SALA Advertiser awards, Emma Hack Art Prize and Kennedy Art Prize.
Crisps unique painting language is carried directly into her public art practice in the form of brush painted large scale murals. She has produced multiple large scale public murals in Adelaide, SA and interstate inclusive of Brisbane Street Art, Wonderwalls and SANAA festival murals.