Keith Buswell graduated with a BFA in art University of Nebraska–Lincoln. He works with various printmaking processes such as screen-printing, intaglio and mono printing and dabbles in drawing and multimedia. He currently is a member of Karen Kunc’s Constellation Studios where he creates his prints. His work has been shown in the United States, Egypt, Dubai, France and Italy. Notably, Keith received the Perry Family Award in 2018. Originally from Council Bluffs, Iowa, he currently lives in Lincoln with his husband Brad and his dog Max
Spring Exhibition – Work Exhibited:
‘Pisa’, ‘Orvieto’, ‘Siena’
In my travels around the world, often times think of myself a tree, being uprooted and forced to grow around an unfamiliar place. Pisa is an etching that pays homage to it’s iconic leaning tower, Orvieto is my impression of Orvieto in Italy, known as a walled city on a hill. Siena describes my feeling about the city of Siena in Italy, known for it’s horse track in the main piazza.
Winter Exhibition – Work Exhibited:
Rue, Kirkwood, Hawley from ‘That Which Connects US’
Community is a notion that we are not only connected by not only our heritage or proximity, but also through an exchange of ideas and a desire to help one another. Trees personify this complex and vital system. In 2016, ecologist Suzanne Simard wanted to find out if trees could talk to each other. What she found was a network of fungi underground connecting the roots of trees that not only relayed information to each other, but also provided nutrients for young and dying plants. This discovery is an embodiment of community.
Rue- etching – 20″x22″ framed, grey Rives BFK – $600 USD
Kirkwood- etching – 22″x27″ framed, white Rives BFK – $650 USD
Hawley- etching – 33.5″x38.5″ framed, cream Rives BFK $900 USD
Please contact Katherine if you are interested in buying this work