Todd Bonita

Realism, representational oil painter Todd Bonita finds insipiration in the ocean, seashore, working harbors, nostalgia, nature,academic representational art, beautiful form, design and light his subjects include boats, working harbors, figures, nostalgic and ephemera still life.

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"The Preface; a salon style exhibition" opens Friday, May 22nd, from 7 to 9 p.m runs through June 24th

 "The Preface" a salon style exhibition featuring a diverse collection of works by its stable and the introduction of two new artists.

Steve Bowersock Patrick McCay Helen Bess


The two Bowersock "newcomers" are mature career artists who have developed strong voices. Helen Bess creates assemblage/sculpture that puts a personal, contemporary twist on tramp art. The work of Patrick McCay, an Irish born Scottish/American painter, combines abstract and figurative elements, which demonstrates his love of color and composition.

Also featured, new works by surreal artist Steve Bowersock, an outstanding collection of Todd Bonita's sought-after boats (rare large canvas works), and new collection by Christopher Volpe.

Bowersock exhibits works by more than three dozen outstanding regional and international fine art and craft artists working in myriad medium including bronze, metals, oil, acrylic, clay, mache, encaustic, textile, pastel, mixed media, photography and print making.

Tramp, Gaudi and Helene Bess February 13 from 6 to 9 pm and run through March 10th

Artist's reception will be held February 13 from 6 to 9 pm and run through March 10th, at the Bowersock Gallery, Mount Dora.

The Bowersock Gallery will present the fantastical work of Helene Bess, the latest artist to join the gallery's stable at a special Artist's Reception for "Tramp, Gaudi and Helene Bess."
 
The exhibit will feature Bess, and will include work by Steve Bowersock and the gallery's stable of artists. Artist's reception will be held Feb. 13 from 6 to 9 p.m. and run through March 10th, at the Bowersock Gallery, Mount Dora.
 
"Tramp, Gaudi and Helene Bess" will feature bird house and box sculptures by Bess, a mixed media artist.

WILLIAM THOMSON (March 16, 1931 - October 9, 2014)


His work runs the gambit: landscapes, cityscapes, interior and figurative works, in either acrylic, encaustic, egg tempera, oil or watercolor, most often in warm, rich, earth tones.

There is a power in his works which defies definition. Each, even the most abstract, is imbued with such a strong sense of emotion that it’s impossible not to feel moved. Bill works in all kinds of mediums from acrylic, encaustic, egg tempera, oil to watercolor but somehow they all tie together producing an amazing image. The discovery of how mediums operate, individually or in combination, is what drives this artist.

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