Dyana Hesson “True Blue Arizona” The Arizona Highways Collection

Dyana Hesson
“True Blue Arizona” The Arizona Highways Collection
Bonner David Galleries
7040 E Main Street, Scottsdale, Arizona
Call 480-941-8500 or Email for more information

Due to the ever-changing conditions in our state and world, this has necessitated us to postpone our incredible Dyana Hesson exhibit. Obviously, this disappoints us all as Dyana has put such work into this show! We will, however, still hang the show and below are a number of ways to see it: 
1 Window shop, we will leave the lights on, feel free to peer in.
2 Contact us for a private tour should you want a closer look.
3 Look online and in your inbox for more photographs & video.

In the meantime, we are here to assist you. We will announce a new date soon, obviously, details for this are pending instruction we receive about the safety conditions to gathering again.

Dyana Hesson “True Blue Arizona” The Arizona Highways Collection at Bonner David Galleries (image)

 

In late spring, some friends and I went to a cabin in the woods in Prescott. We cooked, antique shopped, and of course, hiked. There are some wonderful trails in Prescott, along creeks, among the pinons and under the pine trees. It was on one of those hikes that we spied this beautiful mound of Echinocereus triglochidiatus glowing on a bank, nestled among the pine needles and boulders. It demanded a closer look.

While I was on this trip, I got the call that my dad was not doing so well. There was nothing I could do, and I was so far away. My friends listened to me, cried with me, prayed with me. And that’s what good friends do. They are like shining lights at the end of a dark tunnel. The beauty these cactus blooms will always remind me of their love and care.

Dyana Hesson 2020

Dyana Hesson's "Friends in the Woods, Claret Cup Cactus Blooms" (image of painting)

 

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“Side by Side” New Works by Max Hammond

“Side by Side” New Works by Max Hammond
October 25-November 12, 2019
Special Artist Reception, Friday, October 25th
Time: 6:00-8:00 pm
Location: Bonner David Galleries
Call 480-941-8500 or Email art@bonnerdavid.com for More Details

Extending his body of work from his successful homage to Franz Kline earlier this year, noted contemporary artist Max Hammond will present abstract images in pairs, side by side, one in color, one in black and white, for his upcoming show. Collectible either singly or together, this unusual exhibition continues the evolution of this renown artist. His remarkable ability to blend colors will create a prominent dual effect that must be seen in person.

Ron Burns “Dogipedia”

Painter Ron Burns has become known for his colorful portraits of man’s best friend and his uncanny ability to capture an animal’s unique soul and personality on canvas. His much loved portraits can be seen in both public and private collections around the world.

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This year Ron Burns is continuing his work with the Arizona Humane Society with a portrait of Ryder, a two year-old rescued pit bull. Ryder was found by cops severely starved and hanging from a door handle, with scars on her face from years of abuse. Unable to even stand when she first arrived to the Humane Society, she was carefully nurtured back to health by loving caretakers. Now returning to health, everyone is hopeful that Ryder will have a second chance to live a happy life with a loving family. Her portrait, which depicts her in the setting of her “furever home,” will be debuted during Ron Burns show opening on Thursday, December 5, 2013 from 6-9pm.

Also on that Thursday night, there will be a raffle held for a chance to win a limited edition holiday print. All proceeds from the raffle will be donated to the Arizona Humane Society to help them in their efforts to rescue more animals in need like Ryder.

The show will run from December 5th through the 16th. Make sure to mark your calendars so you don’t miss out!

 

DEARFRIENDSFLYER

Take Home "A Little Bit of Joy"!

 

"First Slice" by Richard Williams

December 3, 2009 not only marks the much-anticipated opening of Michael Carson’s latest collection;  but also a unique opportunity for art enthusiasts and holiday gift hunters to experience the largest “Small Work Show” in the state. Over thirty galleries and numerous artists spanning various mediums such as paintings, pottery, glass work, jewelry, and more will be exhibiting their work at the Thursday night Artwalk in Old Town Scottsdale.

We just couldn’t miss out on all the fun, so we asked our artists to send us their miniature masterpieces. These little gems are perfect for holiday gifts, or as an addition to any collection. Bonner David Galleries will exhibit works by Brad Aldridge, Quim Bove, Richard Bowman, John Burton, Michael Carson, Cary Ennis, John Harrell, Claudia Hartley, Dyana Hesson, Jane Jones, Francis Livingston, Melissa Peck, Carol Redmond, Nate Ronniger, Ellen Skidmore, Leslie Safarik, John Schieffer, Liz Tran, and Richard Williams.

To view images from the show’s collection please click here Small Works 2009 A Little Bit of Joy

We hope you can join us at Bonner David Galleries (location and hours) this Thursday to celebrate the season. Who knows, you may just take home a little bit of joy while you are at it!

For more information about any of the artist featured in the “Small Works Show” please contact us at art@bonnerdavid.com or call us at 480.941.8500

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