Jazmin Zea Ruiz

Jazmín Zea Ruiz


Jazmín Zea Ruiz is an emerging artist from Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas.





Jazmín Zea Ruiz (Chiapas, Mexico 1987) Lic. Plastic Artist and Ballerina graduated from the Universidad de Ciencias y Artes de Chiapas (2010) in the specialty of Painting, also graduated from the Universidad Autónoma de Chiapas (2016) Bachelor of Dance. Since 2008 she started working for educational institutions as an arts teacher, since 2005 she had the fortune to participate in different local events such as exhibitions, design workshops, painting and drawing. In the last year 2017 he made his solo exhibition “Sustancia ecléctica” in the city of San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico, also participated in the collective exhibition “Equilibristas” and for the Museo de las Culturas Populares, the exhibition “Postdata” from the city of San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico. She is currently a Professor at the Universidad Autónoma de Chiapas and an instructor at the Instituto Tecnológico de Monterrey campus Chiapas.

Eclectic substance:

Being in contact with nature, my senses immediately become restless, the aromas, the sounds, the colors, seem to take me out of reality …

Jazmín Zea Ruiz is an artist who seeks to create in an instant, poetic images, lines that rise carrying petals, that do not exhaust on paper because the flora, her work moves and thorn, softly touches our face and runs away.

Eclectic substance is the pursuit of pure sensation. Present, water, earth, air and colors, elements that guide the viewer towards a vaguely recognizable terrain, confirm their plastic presence in the appearance of their forms.

The characters of the artist, indefinite figures, the are alone or associated with other spaces or on neutral backgrounds. The contemplation they have towards nature, through their gaze, seeks to separate their properties to focus on a new thought.

Under the constant metaphorical equivalence of the woman with the flower, which possesses fragility, physical beauty, sensuality, adornment, purity and exoticism, she invites us to look for an interpretation not only literal, but perhaps to investigate a symbolic response of the signs displayed before us.

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