Toronto, ON. Canada
Born in Ghana, Jasmin-Nicole is a Canadian emerging visual artist. Jasmin is a graduate of OCAD University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in the Drawing and Painting program. Her practice focuses on a contemporary representation of the lives of Black women. She engages with figurative art, abstraction, and sacred West African braiding practices to connect the human body to nature.
2021, Bachelor of Fine Arts, OCAD University, Toronto ON
Partial Gallery (Toronto, ON)
Hello Art Canada (Toronto, ON)
Fine Art America (Santa Monica, California)
2021, My Self, Kunstmatrix/OCADU, virtual exhibition
Selected Group Exhibitions
2021, OCADU 106th GRADEX, Toronto ON
2020, Parkdale Art Window Project, Toronto Public Library, Gallery 1313 Toronto, ON
2019, Dreamscapes, D’Arcy’s Symposium, Toronto, ON
2018, Vibe Arts Festival: Artistry en Motion Ontario place, Toronto, ON
2018, The Second Movement Nuit Blanche D’Arcy’s Symposium, Toronto, ON
2017, Expressions 42: Spin, Twist, Shift Kitchener Waterloo Art Gallery, Kitchener, ON
2016, Expressions 41: Our Place in the World Kitchener Waterloo Art Gallery, Kitchener, ON
2014, HeART beat Juried Art Show Ajax Public Library, Ajax, ON
2020, Lecture/Presentation, Undergraduate Drawing Class, OCAD University, Toronto, ON, November 10.
2017, Public Programs Assistant, Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery, Kitchener, ON
2016, Art Facilitator, Community Academic Reciprocal Engagement (C.A.R.E) Program, Wilfrid Laurier University Waterloo, ON
2016, Art Director, Multicultural Art Show, Arts Festival, Waterloo Collegiate Institute, Waterloo, ON
Published Interview from Tv Program:
Amoako, Jasmin. Artwork Feature with CBC Program Our Toronto and Gallery 1313. Parkdale Art Window Project. CBC News, November 2020.
Blueprint Magazine, Cover, vol. 19, Wilfrid Laurier University, August 2019.
#Ultraconfusional, Cover, vol. 1, OCAD University, November 2017.
She Does the City, artwork highlighted, OCAD’s 106 GradEx Show is the Best Way to Discover Emerging Artists. May 2021.
Culture Fancier Blog, artwork featured, Fostering Creativity: Expressions 41: Our Place in the World. April 2016.
2017, Grade 12 Highest Standing Visual Art Award. Recipient. Waterloo Collegiate Institute. Waterloo, ON.
2016, Art Master Award. Recipient. Waterloo Collegiate Institute. Waterloo, ON.
2016, Grade 11 Highest Standing Visual Arts Award, Recipient. Waterloo Collegiate Institute. Waterloo, ON.
2015, Grade 10 Visual Art Award. Recipient. Archbishop Denis O’Connor Catholic High school, Ajax, ON.
2014, People's Choice Award. Recipient. HeARTBeat Teen Art Show, Juried. Ajax, ON.