My paintings are diary entries, where inner concerns of environmental and cultural
importance are expressed and depict the interconnection between humanity and nature. I
explore paintings through direct and indirect techniques, and create mixed media works that
incorporate found objects from nature such as native sea sponges, plant life, and driftwood
interspersed with human-made materials such as glass, and handmade paper.
Bonnie Robinson’s paintings have been featured in solo and group exhibitions in museums and galleries throughout the United States and abroad, including venues at Art Basel and the Louvre; the Metropolitan Museum and Art Center in Coral Gables, Florida; Montgomery College in Rockville, Maryland; the Kemper Museum, the Design Center and the Latzer Gallery in St. Louis, Missouri; the Meadows Museum in Dallas, Texas; the Frank C. Ortis Gallery in Pembroke Pines, Florida; the Barbara Gilman Gallery, the Wirtz Gallery, the Miami Dade South College Gallery and the Miami Chapter of Women’s Caucus for Art in Miami, Florida.
Her work is exhibited in public and corporate collections, such as the University of
Sylvester Comprehensive Care Center. She has just recently moved to the Broward County
area, and is the latest of the Studio 18 collective’s artists to be awarded an artist-in-residence