All posts for the month February, 2013

Mitch Fry “Announcing Spaces”

Wood sculptor, Mitch Fry, has exhibited in museums around the Valley; and this Thursday, February 28th he will be opening his show, “Announcing Spaces” at Bonner David Galleries, from 6-9pm. Featuring new creations in wood, this show will be full of exquisite sculptures which explore the use of space, in addition to his intricate sketches for planning and preparation […]

Nocona Burgess Native Artwalk

This Thursday, February 28th, on Main street is Scottsdale’s Native Artwalk. In celebration of the rich culture and long standing tradition of fine art among Native artsts, Bonner David Galleries will be featuring the work of Native artist, Nocona Burgess. Burgess is a Comanche from Lawton Oklahoma, from a family consisting of several artists, which specialize in many […]

Romona Youngquist “Complex Simplicity”

The stunning landscapes of Romona Youngquist have always demonstrated a beautiful blend of crisp detail and vivid color with the soft, delicate grays of the shadows. The canvasses are brought to life through her complex technique and masterful use of her brushes, palette knives and paint. This year for her show opening on February 21, from 6-9pm, she is focusing on […]

Dyana Hesson “Up Close and Personal”

Dyana Hesson has been painting beautiful close-ups of flowers for years. However, this year, with her show “Up Close and Personal,” which opens on February 14th at 6pm, it’s a little more personal. With each sale, Hesson will donate a portion to Show Hope. “Imagine you are standing at the edge of 50 acres of land […]

Michael Carson “Depth Perception”

Inspiration vs. Imitation By Dr. Clark David Olson Just where do artists draw their inspiration? Landscape artists typically spend much time in nature. Still life artists work with composition by collecting vases, flowers, tables, and fabrics. But figurative artists gather their inspiration from people—people everywhere. For Michael Carson, he admits “Anything I see, a hairstyle, […]