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Joseph Lorusso | “Scenes From the City”

Nationally known figurative artist Joseph Lorusso will have his debut show with Bonner David Galleries on Thursday, January 21, from 6-9pm. His paintings depict the natural beauty, intrigue, and romance of urban life. “As with any new work, I am interested in the reaction from the viewer. My work is mostly narrative in nature – […]

Ellen: The Little Girl Who Found Her Voice

Ellen Skidmore has always had trouble communicating. Her speech impediment prevented her from expressing herself, which lead to a lot of sadness for a long time. Ellen said, “All my life I have had great difficulty trying to understand the underlying nature of my existence. For a long time, I looked outside myself for connection, direction […]

Scottdale’s Anniversary ArtWalk Exhibition:

“Away from Here” | Max Hammond Bonner David Galleries is excited to be featuring a solo show and artist reception will debut during the Anniversary ArtWalk on October 22nd, from 6-9pm. The show, featuring Max Hammond, who is been with us for more than 10 years, is titled, “Away From Here.” In this series, Hammond […]

Copper & Bronze

Benjamin Shamback and Nathan Fischer both use metal as a central part of their art, yet the way they put it to use is drastically different. Shamback creates beautiful floral still life paintings with oil on copper. His work beams with color, as he considers himself a colorist, first and foremost. His dynamic coloration of […]

“Unintended Light”

Coming to Bonner David Galleries on February 25 – March 20, 2012, is local painter Max Hammond. Embracing the pure untainted beauty of abstract painting, Hammond creates work that catches the eye and stirs you at the core. Focusing on color, form and texture, he is able to create unique paintings that evoke emotion and […]

Benjamin Shamback

Bonner David’s newest artist, Benjamin Shamback, is adding a unique flair with his paintings. His work is characterized by the rich color and vivid detail, expressed in his simple, yet beautifully intricate still life paintings. Using subject matter such as filled glasses, vases, delicate flowers and brightly colored bags he creates eye-catching work that seldom […]

Claudia Hartley and Dyana Hesson “Together Again”

Claudia Hartley and Dyana Hesson will be reuniting at Bonner David Galleries on February 2, 2012, in a role reversal of sorts.  Hartley, so well known for her colorful landscapes has used her move to the South to focus on creating cheerful interior scenes, while Hesson, mostly known for her botanical images, makes a foray […]

“The Path to Enlightenment” by Peregrine Heathcote

Well known British artist Peregrine Heathcote (yes, that’s his real name) will be showcasing his latest paintings at Bonner David Galleries for the Fiesta Bowl Art Walk beginning Thursday, December 29th continuing until January 18th.  Filled with nostalgic images, the show title comes from Oprah Winfrey’s final show which challenged people to continue their own […]

Eric Boos and Robert LaDuke:Our Newest Artists

Thursday, December 8th marked the opening show for two of our new “family members” ceramicist Eric Boos and talented artist Robert LaDuke.  The gallery was filled with collectors checking out these two latest finds. Boos, whose unusual, smooth ceramic works out of porcelain, refers to his works as “bowls,” even though they are more like […]

“The Most Moving Still Life”

     Bonner David’s first show of the season, “It’s Still Life”, will feature seven noted still life artists; Jane Jones, Cary Ennis, John Schieffer, Nate Ronniger, Richard Williams, George Gonzalez, and Jan Saia, all who bring flavor and brilliance to the term “still life.” Each artist captures something quite special and moving in their paintings.  […]