Jazmin Sasky on the News

Se inaugura “Magia oaxaqueña",

exposición que conjuga arte, sueños y artesanías.

Paulina Ríos Olivera -

29 octubre, 2019

This article is in Spanish and was published in Mexico. To read more, press button.

March 13th, 2016

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Jazmin Sasky, whimsical figurative paintings

By Paula O'Brien

Jazmin's biography and artwork is featured in the blog of Figurative Artists. Please, press Read more to see all the article

October 13th, 2015

Maui, Hawaii TV Live Show

By Moku Maui Live- North Shore

Jazmin Sasky,talking live in a local community TV show in Maui, HI, about her Art Exhibition "Hawaiian Sisterhood".

The art show reflects the multicultural complexion of the women of Maui.

August 4th, 2015

Featured Vancouverite: Jazmin Sasky

By Ehen Seeland- Inside Vancouver

Hometown: Buenos Aires, Argentina

How long have you been a Vancouverite?
I’ve been living in Vancouver since 2004, so 11 years now. I left my hometown of Buenos Aires for Israel with only a suitcase when I was 19 years old. It’s been a long time since I left my country, but I am now proud (and lucky) to feel at home in three different countries.

February 6th, 2015

Home Is Love Art Exhibition raises money for YWCA Campaign

Cheryl Rossi / Vancouver Courier

Photograph by: Dan Toulgoet

Artist Jazmin Sasky paints with a purpose. “I didn’t want to do it just as a regular painter who [exhibits] in a gallery and gets commission, that was not the journey for me,” she said. “For me, it was more with meaning and helping and creating social effects, affecting life and people and donating the money... This project puts together all the values I believe as an artist.”

February 7th, 2015

Vancouver Artist, Jazmin Sasky Paints Women’s Stories With A Compassionate Brush

By Laura Goldstein- Mashu Mashu Art Magazine

Her muse is 20th century Mexican artist, Frida Kahlo and painter, Jazmin Sasky’s folk art inspired clothing and bejeweled fingers recall Kahlo’s distinctive fashion. Sasky paints in the style of the Primitives; brilliantly detailed and textured with colourful flourishes. The eyes, truly the windows of the soul, are  hugely expressive. Her narratives of multicultural women and children are always joyful because they are often wish fulfillments rather than portraits of their real lives.

October 10th, 2013

Oakridge: Exhibit honours women

Portrait painter interviewed women for art exhibit at The Sidney & Gertrude Zack Art Gallery, Vancouver

Cheryl Rossi / Vancouver Courier

Photograph by: Dan Toulgoet
Jazmin Sasky wanted to celebrate her 10th anniversary of living in Canada by honouring the women she’d met in the her community. After interviewing 40 women, Sasky painted 14 large portraits that encapsulated the women’s personal stories. The results can be see in a new exhibit called Honouring Women: Every Woman, a Life Story to Tell, which runs at the Sidney and Gertrude Zack Gallery, in Vancouver until Nov. 10.