Jasmin-Nicole Amoako (she/her) is a Ghanaian-Canadian emerging visual artist based in Toronto. She is a graduate of the Drawing and Painting program from OCAD University (2021). Her artwork depicts contemporary visuals of Black womanhood and West African culture. Through figurative painting, abstract art, and sacred African braiding practices she applies African and Western methodologies to articulate her cultural identity. Amoako's artwork combines themes that examine healing, nature, and meditation to create large-scale portraits and abstract dreamscapes.
Her artwork has been exhibited in various galleries including, Cache Studio and Art Gallery in collaboration with Tap Art Space( Montreal, Quebec), OCAD University's 106th GRADEX (Toronto, Ontario), and Parkdale Art Window Project at the Toronto Public Library and Gallery 1313 (Toronto, Ontario).