Jennifer Basile’s work explores our surrounding landscapes. Through her journeys and hikes, she learns about the locations and collects her subject matter. She creates immersive relief and woodblock printmaking work that envelops viewers providing a sense of escape to nature and its beauty, and inspires the audience to preserve our ever-changing environment before it gets destroyed permanently.
Basile is a visual artist from New York who currently resides in sunny Miami, Florida. In 1999 Basile received her MFA in Printmaking from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. She is a Professor of studio art at Miami Dade College and has received numerous exhibitions and residencies across the country, such as Vermont Studio Center, Kala Art Institute and the Jentel Foundation. Jennifer enjoys hiking, camping, biking, kayaking, and snorkeling. Her secret passion is playing golf. She is available for commission projects.