D. Eleinne Basa

B. 1967

Landscape painter D. Eleinne Basa calls the East Coast home, but her evocative landscapes has been shown in Invitational and Juried shows throughout the West, such as The Collectors Reserve at the Gilcrease Museum in Tulsa , OK , the California Art Club’s Gold Medal Exhibition and Sale at the Autry National Center in Los Angeles, CA, the Settlers West Miniature show in Tucson AZ,  the National Cowboy Museum Miniature show in Tulsa OK,  the CM Russell Museum auction and the Out West Art Show and Sale in Great Falls, MT.  She also has won multiple awards for her work, most notable is the  $15,000 Grand prize of the first Plein Air Salon hosted by Plein Air Magazine and the Art of the West Award of Excellence at the California Art Club Gold medal show in 2012. 

Basa’s moody works often straddle the artistic fence between realism and impressionism. Basa favors scenes with soft, low light conditions. Her signature landscapes depict everything from an old barn on the East Coast at sunrise to the gathering moonlight at sunset over a Pacific Northwest lake. One thing the viewer can count on—no matter the time of day or season she is portraying—is that the scene will evoke a strong sense of place and atmosphere. “The landscape is quite a challenge with its ever-changing light and moods,” she says. “To capture that moment of beauty and try to convey the poetry in the scene is what draws me to the landscape”.