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“If you are given a situation, you can always make it worse, or make it better, so maybe that’s what the embrace the brace represents,” she says. “It’s what you have to work with, so you might as well make it pretty.”
unusmundusart.com for art
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“OUR ARCH” ; an installation in response to the way the 380 million arch renovations addressed accessibility of the Gateway arch.
This project was my first art installation and a first real attempt to expand beyond two dimensions of space… more glass & mirror explorations coming soon!
Unus Mundus Art by Jasmine Raskas
Live Painting at Rise: A Float Community Gathering hosted by FLOAT STL
“Rise is a gathering of float industry enthusiasts and professionals to connect, discover and relax.”
I’m excited to join this amazing network of bloggers! I’m hoping to use this opportunity to get involved with more product testing for life with Ehlers- Danlos syndrome.
Jasmine Raskas is a local painter in STL. After her second float, she felt inspired to create a painting. We wondered if she would share her work with us, which she was absolutely willing to do. When Jasmine arrived with her painting, we were delighted to see it and chat about it. We feel grateful to listen to her speak about the ways that floating inspires her to explore metaphysical concepts in painting, and also grateful that floating has helped her physical condition. If you are a person who enjoys exploring abstract concepts and abstract art, or if you struggle with joint misalignment (severe or not), read on!