Brandi Jasmine is an artist who works in a wide range of styles and subject matter. She is best known for her “embeadery” technique, a combination of bead work and micro-mosaic. The background is painted first, then covered with thousands of tiny seed beads. This unique form of fine art uses beads, semi-precious stones, adhesive and Brandi’s own proprietary tools, and a finished piece can take from 30 to several hundred hours to complete.

Jade, the Embeaded MannequinEmbeadery: Eye Of Solstice by Brandi Jasmine

Crown Chakra Celtic Knot in Beads


Jasmine's Carousel Coloring Book


Brandi Jasmine is an artist who lives in the Niagara Region, Ontario, Canada. She began her career by hand painting t-shirts in Vancouver BC, in a small shop called “Angel Handpainted Fashions”. Later, she moved to Toronto and it was here that she developed an interest in computers and desktop publication. Brandi is proficient in watercolor, fabric-painting line-drawing, acrylic painting, and photography. She is also a self-published author, and the writer of dozens of magazine articles.

Brandi’s artwork draws from a wide variety of styles and subject matter. Her multiple portfolios reflect an interest in fantasy, spirituality, mysticism, and the natural world. Her unique “beaded paintings” are a combination of bead work, painting and miniature mosaic. Her “Photo-Illustration” portfolio consists of artwork that is digitally “painted” on computer, with the assistance of a variety of digital tools. Her unique “Faux Stained Glass” portfolio is a set of illustrations that started out as simple line drawings. Each piece was then “painted” in with photographs of real stained glass. The final effect is a very fluid illustration with the look of real stained glass.


Crash Bang Bam Boom Tinkle!

Oops sorry about the construction noises. I was playing with a plugin and it kind of broke all my menus. Taking me a bit longer than I thought to repair things. I’m alos working on a new shopping card and theme, stay tuned!


So I did a couple of these little ladybugs, people love them, and I love doing them. I’m calling them #JDBugs (J for Jasmine, and jaydee as a play on the word “lady”. I have hidden a few #JDBugs around Niagara, but they are also available for purchase. I haven’t set up a serious shopping …

Cultural Appropriation

Recently, a lot of my Facebook friends have been sharing this story: Toronto gallery cancels show after concerns artist ‘bastardizes’ Indigenous art I find myself torn on allegations of cultural appropriation, both in general and in this case. I have a great deal of empathy and respect for native people, and want to be an …


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