Woot woot! I have some inktober works now up and available for purchase. Scroll through them here https://laurabonnie.com/inktober-art-2019/$35 each, includes free shipping anywhere in Canada.
For the next couple weeks a selection of my paintings will be available to view in the windows of 618 Herald Street in Downtown Victoria. Check out Rockslide Gallery, it is cool beans. https://www.facebook.com/rockslidegallery/
A selection of my most llama themed paintings up on display in the large hallway of the Oak Bay Neighbourhood Learning Centre, along with the enchanting and castle-filled works of fellow painter Paula Nasmith. View more of Paula’s work here: https://paulanasmith.com/2121 Cadboro Bay Rd, Victoria, BC V8R 5G4, Canada
Floral Acrylics workshop was a blast! Such lovely and diverse paintings, and a splendid time had all-around. Woot woot. Enjoy some art documentation.
The Paint-In is once more approaching! I’ve got some new work and things that I’m excited to share with y’all 11am-4pm all up and down Moss Street. I’m listed as #14- Laura Bonnie. Come find me at 1289 Revercomb place (on Moss Halfway between Richardson and Rockland Ave, where that cute little cul-de sac lives. … Continue reading July 20th 2019- Moss Street Paint in, Victoria BC
Very stoked to be in this art show with some brilliant local Victoria artists. Come to our opening reception on July 4th 6-10pm.
Excited to be painting a 2×4 foot mini mural at this year’s Campbell Bay Music Festival on Mayne Island. If you’re at the festival come by and say hi! I’ll be lurking and painting at the forest stage both days 🙂 https://www.campbellbaymusicfest.com/
Very excited to be participating in this years Fernwood Art Stroll. Lots of nifty things will be around to see this weekend, definitely worth checking out and strolling around for. 11am-4pm both days. Come visit the studio. Check out the Art Stroll’s website and ye shall find a map of participating studios, and many other… Continue reading June 8th and 9th 2019- North Park Art Studio is participating in the Fernwood Art Stroll