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Bonnie Anderson, Potter & Painter|
#108 - 421 Cawston Ave.
Kelowna BC V1Y 6Z1
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Okanagan Potters Association active member, Director
Kelowna Clay Festival 2008, Director.
Kelowna Watercolour Guild Active showing member.
Federation of Canadian Artists, Active
Kelowna Visual and Performing Art Centre Society,member.
Arts Council of the Central Okanagan, member
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Bonnie Anderson is a multi media, multi diciplined artist. She has a thorough knowlege of clay art, pottery and firing techniques, paint media such as watercolour, oil,and acrylic.Print making media such as woodblock, intaglio, silkscreen, lithography and photography techniques all showcase Bonnie's amazing talents. All of Bonnie's clay works and paintings are produced and sold in her studio/gallery at Potters Addict, located in the Rotary Centre for the Arts in Kelowna BC Canada. She also sells her work in selected galleries across Canada. Along with her unusual Raku works, Bonnie has a beautiful collection of functional pottery. |
Bonnie's works can be purchased through her studio or viewed online at www.bonnieandersonartist.com, www.okanaganpotters.ca, as well as www.theartark.com - The ART ARK Gallery in Kelowna.
"I began to have an incredible yearning to pick up a paint brush and paint again after a twenty year hiatus. What else could I expect, being surrounded by all kinds of painter personalities and their varied mediums at the Rotary Centre for the Arts where my studio is located! I am currently working on a series of landscapes using negative painting techniques on black canvas. It's great having more than one medium to occupy the mind and body for when one is at a low period in one medium, another medium can be inspiring and uplifting. Going back and forth can be a challenge but most of the time it's just plain fun."