Serena Buschi lives and works in Bedford, New York where she creates works on paper and installations with fiber and mixed media that expresses the current socio-political environment. She often uses visual frameworks that express her interest in physical and metaphysical philosophical concepts within her works. Being a product of two cultures and varied traditions, an assimilated mixture of Southeast Asian Indian and Italian decent, Buschi's background is reflected in her process of pinning and draping materials together that mirrors her understanding of self in relation to the moment.
Buschi holds an MFA from Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Boston Massachusetts. She holds a MA from Teachers College, Columbia University New York. She has been an Art Educator for the high school level for the last 24 years in the New York State public school system, and is currently teaching the International Baccalaureate Visual Arts program in Dobbs Ferry, NY.
Recent solo shows include the Flatiron Prow Art Space in Manhattan. Her work has been featured in the motion picture Anesthesia in 2016. During her tenure at Teachers College, Columbia University she curated the Macy Art Gallery for one year. Her work is in numerous private collections.