Artist's note: "I’m sure the story of Adam and Eve is familiar to all of us. I wanted to bring some extra contrast to the painting with their outer...
Artist's note: "This is one of the early paintings of my official artist career and I did not yet have the confidence to create something more...
Artist's note: "Many of us live our lives without ever stopping to question the choices we make, without much thought spared for the direction we...
Artist's note: "I often get lost into my creation. It feels like everything is flowing very effortlessly: my hand is moving the pen or the brush on...
Artist's note: "I just really wanted to create a tiger that would have her stripes formed by leaves."
The size of the original painting is 32 x 36...
Artist's note: "A portrayal of confidence. A practice painting from 2015, and I think I totally needed all that confidence at the time."
The size of...
I’m Jasmine Hintsala, commonly known as Jasu, a self-taught professional artist living in Finland. My artist career became official in 2016 when I founded my own company, Jasu Wonder World, to make a living doing what I love. For me art means putting my soul on a paper; it's a way of transferring my innermost feelings into a visible form. By making art, I feel I can visualize the things I struggle to find words for.
“A true soul mate is a
mirror, the person who shows you everything that is holding you back, the
person who brings you to your own attention so you can change your life.”
I wanted to see how my style and skill had improved and decided to create a new version of “Siblings”, which I had painted seven months ago.
I actually wanted to have the peacock with his tail spread open, but considered it as too much work and effort. Needless to say, this is one of my early creations, painted before Jasu Wonder World Company was official. I hadn’t yet started creating my large-scale paintings and had yet to develop my patience and ambition.
Oh my god I absolutely love this! Please never stop making such amazing work, I love it!
I love the soft washes and vibrant colors you use
Oh my goodness! Are those hand painted?!? You're so talented. Such awesome attention to details! Superb!
How beautiful! :O I love the colors and the lineart and all the details you put into the drawing/painting! The Yin and Yang symbol is so cool. And it all looks like some sort of golden jewell!
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