I am completely inspired by found objects and the transformation that I am able to give them. Plasma cutting is a way for me to escape from the day to day rush while creating something new.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Growing up in Port Perry Ontario Jasmine Rutschman learned how to use various tools in her Dad’s welding shop. This is how she was able to go out to her Dad’s shop and pick up a plasma cutter and find her new passion.
Jasmine's artwork has been displayed at various craft and art shows and is continuing to gain recognition within the community. Jasmine recently won the Uxbridge Juried Art show and felt honoured to be recognized for her work.
"My artwork is something that I love to create. I love the simplicity and peace that plasma cutting brings into my life". Finding inspiration from nature and patterns she has managed to create a variety of landscape scenes featuring trees, mountains and wildlife integrated into a picture representative of Canada’s natural beauty.
"I am happier than I ever have been to be working and creating sculptures". Starting with 100% recycled materials Jasmine experimented and developed her artistic abilities.
Carving out nature scenes and floral designs on found objects such as old shovel heads, wheelbarrows, metal umbrella tables and saws. As an emerging artist Jasmine plans to keep pursing art in her life and sharing it with others.