All posts in category BDG Contemporary

“Mid-century in the Desert”

“Mid-century in the Desert” Featuring Andy Burgess and Brad Howe April 27-May 17, 2017 Special Artist Reception: Thursday, April 27, 2017 Time: 6:00 – 9:00 pm Location: Bonner David Galleries Noted artist Andy Burgess, whose architectural paintings are collected worldwide, will be exhibiting his latest paintings featuring mid-century homes, pools, and iconic buildings at his […]

LaDuke & Shapiro | “Reminisce”

Robert LaDuke and Karen Shapiro are two artists that are fond of things past. LaDuke paints old-fashioned cars and antique airplanes that take you back to a simpler time. Shapiro recreates pop icons from 30s to 50s, like retro-style Clinique lipstick and Heinz ketchup bottles. LaDuke and Shapiro want to remind people of their roots. Whether that’s a […]

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 […]

Michael Carson “Mixed Emotions”

Bonner David Galleries is excited to announce the latest show, by internationally collected painter, Michael Carson. This year he will feature his characteristic figures in an array of media. In addition to his highly collected oil paintings, which have gained recognition and attention in the art community, he is expanding to use new techniques on […]

Gail Morris “Western Exposures”

Bonner David Galleries is excited to announce landscape artists, Gail Morris’ latest solo show, “Western Exposures.” Her work is characterized by the way she utilizes bold, vivid colors to create stark, minimalistic scenery, simulating the momentary emotions evoked by a first impression. This year, will feature paintings inspired by her recent travels, particularly throughout the […]

“Storytellers”

For Scottsdale’s Native Artwalk, Bonner David Galleries has a spectacular show featuring two native artists, Painter Nocona Burgess and the our newest sculptor artist,  Holly Wilson. Together their works express two different ways of carrying on traditional and their works are both inspired and informed by stories of their histories, culture and beliefs. Nocona Burgess, […]

Merry & Bright

Just in time for the holidays (and maybe even last minute gifts), Bonner David Galleries is opening a festive show filled with pieces which capture the joy and beauty of the season. It will feature four prominent contemporary female artists, who have been successfully working in the arts for many years: Melissa Peck, Liz Tran, […]

Max Hammond “Pieces of Her Presence”

Pieces of her presence | Max Hammond thirty seconds of respite. just enough time to, ease the pain in her calves. colorful bags piled at her feet, she eases her toes from steep shoes. a cup of expensive coffee in a cheap foam cup, steams in the light from an overhead window. alone, behind sunglasses […]

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 […]