Bonnie Latham began her art career at a very young age. Inspired by her creative family and their love of the outdoors, she paints nature, landscape, animals, birds, and the occasional portrait. She works in watercolour, acrylic, oil, inks, graphite/charcoal and others, however watercolours have become her medium of choice. She achieves a unique quality of depth and shape in her work, drawing the viewer into her paintings. Bonnie works in a assortment of ...
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~ Decoys & Wildlife Gallery
Location: , Frenchtown,
New Jersey, USA
~ Galleries West - Fine Art
Location: , Jackson Hole,
~ Moose Horn Gallery
Location: , Livingston,
* 2002 - Wildlife Art
* 2001 - Act II Popcorn
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Bonnie Latham Artist Exhibitions
* 2007 - Best of Show
Miniatures in Mariposa - Sierra Artists Gallery
* 2007 - 1st Place Watercolor
El Dorado Gallery - Miniature Show
* 2007 - Honorable Mention in Birds & Animals
Miniature Painters, Sculptors and Gravers Society, Washington, D.C. (MPSGS)
* 2007 - "Animal Award"
Cider Painters of America
* 2007 - American Art in Miniature - Thomas Gilcrease Museum
Exhibition of art at the Thomas Gilcrease Museum
"Tulsa's Gilcrease Museum is one of the country's best facilities for the preservation and study of American art and history. The museum's charm, beauty and art collections draw thousands of visitors from around the world to the hills just northwest of downtown Tulsa for a glimpse into the past. Gilcrease Museum houses the world's largest, most comprehensive collection of art and artifacts of the American West. The Museum also offers an unparalleled collection of Native American art and artifacts, as well as historical manuscripts, documents and maps."
* 2007 - Minnesota Ducks Unlimited Artist of the Year
Bonnie, her sister, Rebecca, and Mother, Karen, were all chosen, in three consecutive years, to be named "Minnesota Ducks Unlimited Artist of the Year". Each of their artworks were published as the MN Ducks Unlimited Sponsor Print and raised funds for conservation and the preservation of wildlife.
"The vision of Ducks Unlimited is wetlands sufficient to fill the skies with waterfowl today, tomorrow and forever.
Ducks Unlimited conserves, restores and manages wetlands and associated habitats for North America's waterfowl. These habitats also benefit other wildlife and people.
The core values and guiding principles of Ducks Unlimited's team of staff and volunteers are:
Conserve North America's waterfowl and wetlands, treating people and wildlife with respect, science-based decisions, work together as volunteers and staff, value and enjoy the sport and heritage of hunting, partner with those who share common goals and values, commit at least 80 percent of our resources to conservation, and celebrate the culture of DU as we serve our members."
* 2007 - The National Exhibition of Wildlife Art, United Kingdom
Bonnie and the other artists in her family are the first Americans to show in the NEWA exhibition.
"The National Exhibition of Wildlife Art is an open annual exhibition based in the North of England.
NEWA was conceived in 1994 by a group of artists interested in depicting wildlife, with conservation as one of their underlying concerns. A donation from the exhibition is made each year to wildlife causes such as the Wildfowl & Wetland Trust and The Wirral Barn Owl Trust. The exhibition is staged at Gordale Garden Centre which attracts a constant stream of visitors, over 12,000 to our 2007 show. Our new website attracted an overwhelming 12,272 visitors who viewed over 190,000 pages. The website received excellent reviews, calling it the best on line gallery of 2007."
* 2006 - Arts for the Parks (Jackson, WY)
Bonnie's artwork was featured in the Arts for the Parks Mini 100, along with her family's paintings, for two consecutive years (2005-06).
Created in 1986 by the National Park Academy of the Arts, works for the ARTS FOR THE PARKS Top 100 and Mini 100 exhibits are selected by renowned jurors. Awards and the prestige of being a top artist in this renowned competition, draw artists from all over the world. The winners are chosen from over 2,000 entries. The winners are represented in an exhibition of paintings from what has been called "the richest art competition in our nation's history."
* 2004 - Award of Excellence - International Miniature Art Exhibition
Bonnie was awarded an Award of Excellence for her miniature work at the Papermill International Miniature Art Exhibition in Millburn, NJ. Approx. 700 miniature paintings are exhibited in the show every year with less than 20 of them given awards.
* 2003 - 10th place US Federal Duck Stamp Competition
"Since 1934, the sales of Federal Duck Stamps have generated more than $670 million, which has been used to help purchase or lease over 5.2 million acres of waterfowl habitat in the U.S. These lands are now protected in the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service’s National Wildlife Refuge System."
* 2001 - Featured guest on Ron Schara's Minnesota Bound on NBC affiliate KARE 11 in Minneapolis, Minnesota
"Ron Schara's award-winning television magazine show Minnesota Bound delivers the heart and spirit of the outdoors. Ron's soft spoken but direct delivery and appealing on-camera presence create a personality akin to some of America's favorite television journalists. He's been called the Charles Kuralt of the outdoors.
Minnesota Bound features an entertaining mix of stories about people who enjoy the great outdoors. Together with the star of the show - Raven, his lovable Labrador retriever - Ron introduces viewers to the many faces of Minnesota's outdoors."
* 2001 - Featured on the Environmental Journal, Minnesota State Lottery
The Environmental Journal is a cable TV program promoting environmental issues supported by the Minnesota lottery. The television program is seen on some commercial stations, it and aired on public access cable stations.
* 2000 - Federal Junior Duck Stamp 1st Place National Winner
Bonnie's design was awarded 1st in the US Fish and Wildlife Service's Federal Junior Duck Stamp program and was honored in Washington, D.C. for her achievement at the National Press Club, Smithsonian, Department of the Interior, and other locations as well as having her work included on the national tour. Her painting is featured on the 2000-2001 Federal Junior Duck Stamp.
"The Junior Duck Stamp Conservation and Design Program is a dynamic, art and science program designed to teach wetlands habitat and waterfowl conservation to students in kindergarten through high school. The program guides students, using scientific and wildlife observation principles, to communicate visually what they have learned through an entry into the Junior Duck Stamp art contest. This non-traditional pairing of subjects brings new interest to both the sciences and the arts. It crosses cultural, ethnic, social, and geographic boundaries to teach greater awareness of our nation's natural resources."
In the Minnesota Junior Duck Stamp, Bonnie was also awarded honors in previous years.
* Additional Achievements:
Past Awards, Exhibitions, and Achievements
A full listing of achievements, awards, and exhibitions.
Upcoming Art Shows & Exhibits
Locations & dates where the artist will be exhibiting her original paintings & giclee prints. (Fine art gallery shows, art shows, and exhibitions in the U.S. & abroad.)