Artist in Residence: Artist talk and show with Maryanne Buschini – Examining the relationship between the people and water through the lens of the Kensico Reservoir May 25, 7:00-7:30pm Via ZoomREGISTER
Artist Maryanne Buschini shares her research and investigation of water, with a focus on the residents in in the Kensico Reservoir land and water mass, from original native inhabitants prior to 1680, through the early European settlers, the acquisition of the land for the New York City water system, to present day users of the reservoir. Maryanne uses photographs and painting to record the history.
Maryanne Buschini (b. 1953, White Plains, NY) earned an Masters of Art from the University of the Arts, Philadelphia PA, and a BFA from Kansas State University. She has studied extensively at Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts (PAFA), the Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia, PA and workshops in the US and Ireland; and awarded a painting residency at Bethany Arts Community, Ossining, NY.
She has worked as a graphic designer/illustrator and taught art in K-12 and university settings in the Philadelphia area. She maintained her studio painting practice during this time, working and raising 2 sons with her husband, John.
Maryanne Buschini’s artwork has received awards and exhibited in juried group exhibitions at DaVinci Art Alliance, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, the Woodmere Museum, Philadelphia PA; the Duke Gallery -Community Arts Center, Wallingford PA; Goggleworks, Reading PA; Rye Arts Center, Rye NY; the Museum of the State of Pennsylvania, Harrisburg PA; as well as a solo show in 2019.
The artist lives and works in Malvern, PA.