We have several stunning new works in the gallery from artist Gail Morris! Here are just a few (below) – to see more of her works, please click here.
February 23 – March 16, 2017
Artist reception: Thursday, February 23, 2017, 6-9 pm
Location: Bonner David Galleries
How many signs do you pass in any given day? From the subways of New York to your local parking garage, the world’s foremost sign designer has transformed his occupation into an art form. Recognizable in any language, the icons Todd Pierce has developed can be seen nearly anywhere across the globe. Now with his clever twist and colorful industrial palette, he takes the designs from his signs and creates contemporary art.
For his first solo show at Bonner David, Pierce has fabricated a popular series of new work, including a special composition for baseball fans. Pierce has just added a new line of Baseball icon men to his body of work, and just in time for Spring Training here in Arizona! Click here to view a video of one of these new works! Look for “signs” of his upcoming show in various locations around the Valley and join us opening night for a memorable, exciting first glimpse at his iconic work.
“Times Tender Passing”
February 4-21, 2017
Special Artist Reception: Saturday, February 4, 2017
Time: 1:30-5:00 p.m.
Location: Bonner David Galleries
With his ever contemporary approach, noted artist Joseph Lorusso has created a chronology of relationships passing times. From young love to the introspection of the meaning of life, Lorusso showcases his singular style with a distinctive palette. This series of paintings represents the best of his figurative work and is a not-to-be-missed occasion to meet the artist and witness his newest work.
“A Foot in Two Worlds, A Path of My Own”
February 2-21, 2017
Special Artist Reception: Thursday, February 2, 2017
Time: 6:00 – 9:00 p.m.
Location: Bonner David Galleries
Featuring her monumental work “Bloodline” Holly Wilson traces her biracial personal history back to her oldest native ancestor of the Delaware roll along the Trail of Tears. She explores the liminal space between her upbringing and the stories she remembers from her childhood. Using bronze stick people, known as cigar figures (formed from real cigars), each generation is grouped together upon a locust branch, representing her own family tree, all connected by a similar lineage. Constantly transversing one side of the racial divide or the other, art has helped her discover her own place in the world. Showcasing more of Wilson’s works than ever before seen in Arizona, this exhibition represents an epic journey you won’t want to miss.
Wilson recently discussed her work “A View From Within Under The Skin” in a video, to view this work and listen to Wilson’s insights, please click here.
There’s a beauty that’s evident behind the splendor in each Jane Jones painting. Every canvas tells a story, and each flower she paints represents survival, not only as a plant, but for what that strength portrays about the human condition. A staunch environmentalist, Jones is a hearty gardener; and she has a special attachment to many of the blossoms she paints since she’s grown them herself. Throughout the seasons, she carefully tends to her garden as well as her studio, creating meaning through the lasting depictions of the survivors she raises. Her 2017 exhibition is essential viewing for all of us working to survive.
Jane Jones’ “Glorious Survivors” will be on display January 19 – February 1, 2017.
We hope you will join us for a Special Artist Reception: Thursday, January 19, 2017 from 6-9 p.m. at Bonner David Galleries.
The gallery has never had so many wonderful new works by acclaimed British artist, Peregrine Heathcote as his December 29th opening. While the champagne flowed and candy devoured, a record crowd was on hand to see these latest paintings featuring the luxurious life of the pre-war period: beautiful cars, beautiful planes, beautiful places, all inhabited by beautiful people—a perfect way to ring in the new year!
All of Scottsdale and beyond were talking about the great new works at the opening of Michael Carson’s new show on December 1st. His couples, models, were staring at the revelers from three sides. This year has noticed an uptick in international sales of Michael’s works as he becomes more and more well known as a premier artist. To view this show catalog, please click here. For more on Michael Carson, please visit his artists’ page on our web site here.
December 8th was all about shoes… Gallery artist Henry Stinson donated a painting of Converse tennis shoes.. while 5 teenage boys (pictured) wore the rubber off their soles by selling raffle tickets, each of which provides a pair of shoes for a homeless child through Tumbleweed.
After preparing hot chocolate and whipped cream for this holiday art walk, they also gathered personal hygiene supplies to donate. In total, over $2,000 was raised to purchase tennis shoes (over 100 pairs) for our local homeless youth! Thanks to all of our patrons for their generous donations to help those less fortunate.
Thank you Henry Stinson, Henry Bayless, Jett Manuelito, JP Musselmann, Christian Smith and Carson Stern for your kindness and spirit of generosity as well!
Bonner David Galleries is proud to represent internationally known sculptor, Brad Howe. Currently living in California, Brad Howe began his career in Brazil after studying history at the University of Sao Paulo. His work presents the influence of inquiry into the aesthetics of various cultures and distinct movements in the continuum of art history. Having solo exhibitions in Germany, South Korea, France, Italy and Switzerland in addition to over two decades of solo showcases in this country, Howe is in numerous corporate, city, and museum collections.
One need only take a look at his carefully crafted surfaces, the plethora of colors he chooses for his work to understand the many influences which inspire his graceful work. In his words, “My sculptures examine vitality and celebrate beauty. Their aim is to capture the vigor of life and radiate with unabashed potentiality.” We invite you to come take a look at his works in our gallery. He also works on larger commissions for specific installations.
October 20-31, 2016
Behind our paper covered windows is a peep show of images all rated R to officially open our new season. With a special reception during art walk on Thursday, October 20th, we invite you to enjoy the dicey side of artists Max Hammond, Michael Carson, Karen Shapiro, John Schieffer, Todd Pierce, Peregrine Heathcote and partner in crime Christi Manuelito as they put on display graphic portrayals of the more sordid side of life. Open just 12 days this is a chance to find fine art which appeals to your seamier, secret side, in a very private setting.