BONNIE GASKIN

BONNIE GASKIN

Artwork

Blue Rose, 2019
BONNIE GASKIN

Blue Rose, 2019

Oil on Panel

18 x 14 in

$750.00

Memories, Dreams, Reflections, 2017
BONNIE GASKIN

Memories, Dreams, Reflections, 2017

Oil and Encaustic on Panel

14 x 14 in

$650.00

The Flower and the Sun, 2017
BONNIE GASKIN

The Flower and the Sun, 2017

Oil and Encaustic on Panel

48 x 36 in

$3,600.00

Critical Path, 2018
BONNIE GASKIN

Critical Path, 2018

Oil and Encaustic on Panel

48 x 36 in

$3,600.00

Paloma's World, 2019
BONNIE GASKIN

Paloma's World, 2019

Oil on Panel

48 x 36 in

$3,600.00

The Goose that Laid the Golden Eggs (The Band), 2019
BONNIE GASKIN

The Goose that Laid the Golden Eggs (The Band), 2019

Oil on Canvas

72 x 48 in

$6,200.00

How To Know the Wild Flowers (Sammy), 2019
BONNIE GASKIN

How To Know the Wild Flowers (Sammy), 2019

Oil on Canvas

30 x 30 in

$2,200.00

Still Life with Blanket and Sky, 2019
BONNIE GASKIN

Still Life with Blanket and Sky, 2019

Oil on Canvas

30 x 30 in

$2,200.00

Things Seen in the Sky (Portrait of a Paint Goth), 2019
BONNIE GASKIN

Things Seen in the Sky (Portrait of a Paint Goth), 2019

Oil on Panel

18 x 14 in

SOLD

Maria Do Céu, Hilma and Frida, 2019
BONNIE GASKIN

Maria Do Céu, Hilma and Frida, 2019

Oil on Canvas

48 x 72 in

$6,200.00

The Blue Yonder, 2018
BONNIE GASKIN

The Blue Yonder, 2018

Oil, Acrylic, and Acrylic Studs on Panel

30 x 30 in

$2,200.00

Young Woman's Art Studio Enormous New Powers, 2019
BONNIE GASKIN

Young Woman's Art Studio Enormous New Powers, 2019

Oil on Canvas

48 x 60 in

$5,500.00

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BONNIE GASKIN
Bonnie’s paintings are all about embracing an air of naïvety and curiosity. Every piece begins with the excitement of a challenge, the goal of conducting an experiment, and her love of the physical act of painting. In her portraits and still lifes she explores subjects that are familiar to her on a personal level: often a specific event, person or physical item. She aims to imbue her subjects with new meaning: a person becomes the actor in a story, an object is empowered with metaphor, or an event is appropriated. Stylistically, she is driven to make connections between past and present. She is very much concerned with the question: what is real in this life? Her work evokes themes pertaining to humanism and global consciousness, the idea of the call to action, and the concept of the “message.” She tends to depict and explore what is ephemeral in life, existentialist thought, and the identification of invisible powers in small things, such as a single moment in time.
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