Ones to Watch: Jasmine Mansbridge


Victorian artist Jasmine Mansbridge is no newcomer to the art world. With eight solo exhibitions and countless cities under her belt, she has built a keen following for her meditative subject matter and completed commissions for the National Australia Bank, TAFE and Warrnambool City Council. Combining architectural forms and geometric imaginings in rich colour palettes, the paintings are intended as an antidote to our technology-saturated lives. Previously, the prolific artist has shown in New York, Koskela and Hamilton Regional Art Gallery. From 7 to 17 March this year, the artist will premiere recent works inspired by a trip to Beijing at Sydney’s Curatorial & Co. as part of her ninth solo exhibition, entitled DIAMONDS ON MY MIND.

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