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"Jasmine ( @unus_mundus_art ) shared with us on Art Brunch all of the different ways she tries to bring people into her art."
Blog "Creatures II" Artist Q&A Series Three
RP: Do you think that creativity involves putting your heart and soul into your work? Or is it more like letting your mind flow freely to witness the surprising results of your actions?
JR: I think the creative process is all about the balance between the energy of control and the art of letting go, the delicate process of catching an idea and molding it into a physical form. I leave space in my workflow to team up with randomness, but still come back to honor the core of the original idea. I’m always playing around with different methods of planning, or not planning, to encourage different outcomes.
December 2019 Print and Online
"The sciences and humanities each look at the world through their own lenses, but don’t offer a way to synthesize a broader view of how they relate to one another. I use art to explore relationships between multiple fields of study."
"Artist Jasmine Leah Raskas stops in to discuss her artwork and how creating art has helped her through challenging circumstances."
2017 Print and Online
"Raskas’ ultimate painting goal embraces evolution and communication philosophical, inquisitive and sometimes just jocular, using art “to acknowledge our limitations of reason and to rethink our current understanding of reality. "
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