Jasmine Plasencio is a San Antonio based Chicana Feminist Artist and Poet. She is currently in persuit of a Bachelors in Studio Art with a Minor in English. Focusing on artworks that abstract the human figure. Her personal artworks explore themes of identity and relationships to the earth. Her passion is to teach technique and basic skills with drawing materials. She has qualified focus on figure abstraction.

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Exhibitions and Publications

Austin Community College Exhibition of Student Art: Professor's Selection


Austin Community College- "The Rio Review" Publication


Walker's Gallery San Marcos, Texas: "Art Works in the Community"

March 31, 2023 - May 5, 2023

Walker's Gallery San Marcos, Texas: "Mayb(e): The Better Half of Uncertainty"

May 5, 2023 - July 1, 2023

Walker's Gallery San Marcos, Texas: "Swan Song: Art as a Memoire"

July 1, 2023 - August 26, 2023

Artist Statement

It has been my mission to explore my own Mexican culture and heritage into my artworks. For many of my artworks I focus on a different aspect of my heritage that makes me who I am. Focusing on the human figure allows me to explore munipulation of the body in relationship to its background and the materials I am using. I can also explore how the media I am using can connect the figure to a deeper personal meaning. In my mixed media studies I use imagery of the Virgin of Guadalupe as a symbol of my heritage.

I focus on abstracting the human figure to connect humanity into different aspects that make us human. Whether its our relationship with time, food, or the afterlife. I think that art is a way to have control and explore ones identity and personal realtionships.

It is my personal joy to teach others and grow myself as an artist. I hope to encourage others to explore individual styles, embrace where one comes from, and unlock creativity in every part of life.

Collaboration, Communication, Kindness, Creativity, Common sense

LGBTQ+ Friendly

Currently looking for work and commissions.

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