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‘Edible Desert’, Saturday March 4, 2017 – Benefitting the Scottsdale Gallery Association

Edible Desert Saturday, March 4, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. River Trading Post 7033 E. Main Street, Scottsdale, AZ 85251 The Scottsdale Gallery Association and Tarra Lazos Creative are also very pleased to announce a special, intimate reception on the evening of Saturday, March 4th, from 6:00 to 9:00 PM at River Trading Post on Main […]

Art Santa Fe 2014

This year, from July 10-13, 2014, Bonner David Galleries is excited to return to Art Santa Fe in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Throughout the event, Bonner David will be featuring artists will include Michael Carson, Gail Morris, Carol Redmond, Holly Wilson, Nathan Fischer, Mitch Fry and Christi Manuelito. Incredible art by each artist will be displayed, […]

Art Santa Fe

Bonner David Galleries is excited to announce that they will be participating in Art Santa Fe 2013. The International art fair, which began in 2000, is a destination for art collectors and those in the field of art, hosting an especially diverse and unique array of high-class contemporary art. This year, the gallery will be […]

“Set in Stone” Shona Show

We are especially excited for our Shona show October 20-November 8! We have the honor of hosting noted sculptors Moses and Wellington Nyanhongo all the way from Zimbabwe.  Not only are they visiting, but they will be giving a demonstration at Biltmore Fashion Park on Friday afternoon and evening. This is Wellington’s first trip to […]

Eric Bowman Studio Visit

No trip to Portland would be complete without stopping for a visit at the studio of our latest figurative artist Eric Bowman, who just finished his first very successful show at Bonner David last month.  Located in a friendly suburb behind a white picket fence was not only a breathtaking blue hydrangea in full bloom, […]

A Visit to Romona Youngquist’s Studio

Driving up a steep hill seeing a beautiful blue sky dotted with clouds I arrived at the studio and Oregon home of talented landscape artist Romona Youngquist.  She promised that I would want to move to Oregon and with the temperature in the 70s compared to the 110 degree heat of Phoenix; I was almost […]

Come Visit Us in Arizona!

Lately there’s been too much talk about boycotts and the negativity surrounding policies in Arizona.  While no laws have yet taken effect, the boycotts and attitudes have already hurt our beautiful state and particularly the businesses that rely on tourism.  Today we had a breath of fresh air from some visitors from Texas who, courtesy […]