Jasmine Ann Dixon was born in 1993 in Adelaide. From an early age she was drawn to painting and in her later years of school became particularly interested in portraiture.
This passion led her to study a Bachelor of Visual Arts and Design at the Adelaide College of the Arts from which she graduated in 2014. Since then Dixon has been a part of the Helpmann Academy Graduate Exhibition, in which she won the Peter Walker Encouragement Award, she has been a Finalist in the Emma Hack Art Prize as well as participated in various group exhibitions.
Today, Dixon focuses on combining her love of textiles and colour with hyper-realistic portraits. Her most recent bodies of work use basic geometric compositions inspired by harmonic design principles. Dixon sees the face as the window to the soul and hopes to celebrate it in each portrait by highlighting individual’s character and beauty though her detailing.