Jasmyne Graybill-Artist
Jasmyne Graybill
Crested Buttercream Polyps
Muffin pan, polymer clay
12” x 8” x 2”Jasmyne Graybill
Crested Buttercream Polyps
Muffin pan, polymer clay
12” x 8” x 2”Jasmyne Graybill
Run-Off
Acrylic paint, polymer clay, sprinkler, spigot, water hose
9’ x 7’ square
(Installation view)
Jasmyne Graybill
Run-Off
Acrylic paint, polymer clay, sprinkler, spigot, water hose
9’ x 7’ square
(Installation view)Jasmyne Graybill
Specklebelly 
Steamer basket, polymer clay
7” x 7” x 5”
Specklebelly 
Steamer basket, polymer clay
7” x 7” x 5”
Jasmyne Graybill

Fungal Infection
Toenail clipper, polymer clay
6” x 2 ½” x 1 ½”
Jasmyne Grabill
Fungal Infection
Toenail clipper, polymer clay
6” x 2 ½” x 1 ½”
Jasmyne Graybill
Gestation
Handrail, latex, flock, adhesive
108” x 10” diameter at largest section
(Installation view)
Jasmyne Graybill
Gestation
Handrail, latex, flock, adhesive
108” x 10” diameter at largest section
(Installation view)Jasmyne Graybill
Unknown Specimens
Petri dishes, polymer clay, latex
3 ½ “ diameter (each)
Jasmyne Graybill
Unknown Specimens
Petri dishes, polymer clay, latex
3 ½ “ diameter (each)Jasmyne Graybill
Soap-Cracked Fan-Tail
Drain stop, polymer clay
4” x 3” x 3”
Jasmyne Graybill
Soap-Cracked Fan-Tail
Drain stop, polymer clay
4” x 3” x 3”Jasmyne Graybill
Rot
Glycerin soap, rayon fibers
58” x 32” x 7”
Jasmyne Graybill

Rot
Glycerin soap, rayon fibers
58” x 32” x 7”
Jasmyne Graybill
Citruspur
Lime squeeze, polymer clay, plastic
9” x 9” x 2”
Jasmyne Graybill
Citruspur
Lime squeeze, polymer clay, plastic
9” x 9” x 2”
Jasmyne Graybill
Stipplefringe Pole Lichen
Galvanize pole, concrete, polymer clay
128” x 8” x 13”
Jasmyne Graybill
Stipplefringe Pole Lichen
Galvanize pole, concrete, polymer clay
128” x 8” x 13”Jasmyne Graybill
Stubbleneck Barnacles  
Polymer clay, razor
5” x 1 ½”
 Jasmyne Graybill
Floodline
Acrylic paint, charcoal, pastel
9’ x 7’ Installation 

Jasmyne Graybill
Floodline
Acrylic paint, charcoal, pastel
9’ x 7’ Installation
My installations and sculptures are inspired by the innate logic of natural growth and reflect the intrinsic beauty of these processes and intimate ecosystems. Borrowing from the familiar forms of fungus, lichen, and mold, I invent and sculpt fictional organisms that graft onto manufactured domestic objects and infest the nooks and crannies of architectural spaces. Juxtaposed against the rigid contours of architecture and man-made items, these organisms exploit inanimate structures as alternative "hosts". These "hosts" provide sustenance and physical support, and ultimately become a fertile hot bed of reproduction. Challenging notions of synthetic and organic, real and imagined, these sculptures and installations allude that through the passage of time these spaces and objects will become overtaken.