Sewn line drawing which represents the female body focusing on the sensual aspects that celebrate feminine beauty. Fluid thread in the work connotes ideas of delicacy and fragility while the small scale of the piece and stitched detail invite the viewer to closer inspect the work and add to the intimacy of the subject matter being presented of the female nude.
Size: 29.7cm (W) x 42cm (H)
Medium: black cotton thread sewn onto paper
About the artist:
Jasmine Radakovic is an Australian contemporary female artist creating artworks with a focus on representing the beauty of the female form through intricate sewn line works and drawing and painting mediums. Visual Arts Educator. Graduated Bachelor of Art Education at the College of Fine Arts in 2012. Prominent exhibitions, awards and publications include Finalist in the 2015 Yen Magazine Female Art Awards, Gaffa Gallery, Sydney CBD. Finalist in the 2015 Gosford Art Prize, Gosford Regional Gallery. 2016 Exhibited in Practice What You Teach exhibition at M2 Gallery, Surry Hills, 2016 Featured in Crowd Ink online article https://crowdink.com/editorpick/art-lovers-australia-brand-new-way-live-breathe-art/ 2017 Crowd Ink, A Beginner’s Guide to Art Analysis feature http://crowdink.com/artist-of-the-week/beginners-guide-art-analysis/ Featured in Emboss Magazine Women Artist’s Issue August 2017. Exhibited in 2017 Celebration of Female Form exhibition, Jugglers Art Space Gallery, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane. Semi-finalist in the 2018 Bluethumb art awards, Exhibited in 2018 100/200 exhibition, Grant Molony Gallery, Long Jetty, Central Coast. 2019 Online finalist Lethbridge 20000 small scale art award. 2020 Featured artist on Bluethumbart.com and currently exhibiting in the Amina Malik Gallery, London.