Valentina DuBasky is a painter, printmaker and Fulbright Senior Specialist who has exhibited her art in New York since 1980. She is the recipient of two Pollock-Krasner painting grants, one for her bison paintings and one for abstract paintings. DuBasky’s celebrated bird paintings were featured on WETA Public Television and were exhibited recently at the United States Embassy in Beijing.
DuBasky has been represented in New York by Oscarsson-Hood Gallery, Ruth Siegal Gallery, Cheryl Pelavin Fine Arts and Marilyn Davidson Fine Art. Exhibitions of her large-scale paintings have been recognized in articles and reviews in The New Yorker, The New York Times, Artforum, ARTS Magazine, Art in America, Art & Antiques, Luxe Magazine, and Art News. Included in over 66 public and museum collections, DuBasky’s artwork can be found in the collections of the Herbert F. Johnson Museum at Cornell University, the Newark Museum, the Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, the National Museum of Women in the Arts, the Orlando Museum, and the Seattle Art Museum.
Monotypes and print editions created by DuBasky at Tandem Press, Cheryl Pelavin Editions, Ltd., and Solo Press, have been featured in Art News, Arts Magazine, Christian Science Monitor, Twenty-First Century Prints (Japan), Print Collectors Newsletter and Print News: International Journal of Contemporary Prints. DuBasky monotypes created at Tandem Press are included in the book publication, Singular & Series: Contemporary Monotype and Monoprint by Catherine Kernan and Ashley E. Rooney, published by Schiffer Publishing, 2019. Her map print, The Silk Route Art Transit Map with Divergent Routes was acquired by the Lionel Pincus and Princess Firyal Map Collection at the New York Public Library.