Jasmine Becket-Griffith is a traditional acrylic painter, combining elements of realism with fantasy and the surreal.
Historical and spiritual references are intertwined with fairytales and the beauty of nature. Her trademark liquid-eyed maidens evoke a wide range of emotions and responses to the surrounding imagery. It is her goal to bring a bit of magic and mystery to the mundane world with every painting!
Jasmine’s images appear in many books and magazines as well as countless merchandising lines such as the Bradford Exchange and Hamilton Collection, and her artwork with the Walt Disney Company, LucasFilm and more. Her paintings have a very wide appeal, appearing in public and private collections throughout the world, and she maintains an ever-growing legion of fans from all walks of life with her “Strangeling” brand.
Jasmine was born in 1979 and began showing her work professionally in 1997. She is a full-time painter and lives between her studios in Celebration, Florida, and Long Beach, California. Her primary galleries are the Corey Helford Gallery in Los Angeles and Disney’s WonderGround & Pop Galleries at Disneyland and Disney World.
Howdy, I’m Jasmine! I am the creator of the Strangeling brand, the painter of all the paintings, and the artist behind the Strangeling Public Domain project.
I have decided to gift the bulk of my extensive back catalogue of images to the public. In this initial phase of the project I am facilitating the process by including 625 high resolution scans of my original acrylic paintings spanning from 1999-2021 as free downloads on this website.
Art lovers, Strangeling fans, and students are all welcome to enjoy the images close-up. Crafters, teachers, and hobbyists can have fun with printing out the pictures for learning and entertainment. In what I understand is an industry first, I’m taking this project a step further by offering these works free of charge for any individual or company wishing to license my images for free, with no restriction, as I have decided to register all of these paintings under the Creative Commons 0 “No Rights Reserved” license.