Maryanne Buschini is an experienced artist and art educator who works primarily in the mediums of oil paint and drawing. Maryanne earned an Master of Arts in Teaching Visual Arts (MAT-VA) from The University of the Arts and a BFA with a concentration in graphic design and illustration from Kansas State University. She has studied painting and drawing at Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, the University of Oklahoma, School of Visual Arts, in addition to other workshops and schools.
Awards received include Art of the State, Squirrel Gallery (Willistown), solo show at University of the Arts, Artist Tri-State Equity, Fellowship of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. Ms. Buschini’s work is included in private collections and has been exhibited in numerous juried exhibitions regionally, and nationally.
In addition to teaching at Eastern University, she has taught art and design courses at Lincoln University, the Art Institute of Pittsburgh, Bucks County Community College, Delaware County Community College, Moore College of Art and Design. She has also taught art in local public school districts and community art centers.
Maryanne is originally from Valhalla, NY. She currently lives and maintains a studio in Malvern, PA..