The UCONN Stamford Art Gallery Board is pleased to announce its newest art exhibit entitled “Two Viewpoints”. The exhibit will run from March 8 to April 8. This exhibit is a 2 person show, highlighting recent fine art landscape paintings & sculptures by Deborah Pierce Bonnell, Bill Bonnell.
Deborah Pierce has had numerous local exhibits of her landscapes and abstractions from nature, and has works in many private collections. She has exhibited at the PMW Gallery in Stamford, the Carriage House Gallery in New Canaan, the Beaux Arts Gallery in Greenwich, as well as at the Bendheim Gallery of the Greenwich Art Society, and the Storehouse Gallery at the Greenwich Historical Society in Cos Cob. She paints in oil on canvas, encaustic on panel, pastel, watercolor and printmaking.
A graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, her career has encompassed graphic design, textile design, and teaching. Since 1995 she has focused on fine art, working in her home studio in Stamford, with multiple residencies at the Vermont Studio Center, and printmaking at Ten Grand Press, in Brooklyn, NY.
Bill Bonnell has worked as an artist and designer for over forty years. Examples of his artwork and design are in the collections of MOMA and the Smithsonian American Museum of Art as well as in the permanent archive at the American Institute of Graphic Arts. Articles on his work appeared in Graphis and Novum Gebrauschgrafik, as well as American design journals. He is currently the creative director at Siegelvision, a New York City based branding firm. Bill’s current artwork transforms found objects and materials into constructions and assemblages, both formal and symbolic, and open to interpretation.
An Artists Reception will be held in the gallery on Saturday, March 8, from 1 to 4 P.M. All are welcome.
The gallery is free and open to the public during these times: Monday-Thursday 9:00am-7:00pm, Friday 9:00am-5:00pm, and Saturday 9:00am-1:00pm
Visitors may park for free in the UConn Stamford garage located just off the intersection of Broad Street and Washington Boulevard.