By Bonnie Gloris
Dark mood, intricate patterning, and a narrative quality are reoccurring elements in my art.
Usually, my focus is the human interest: a figure that becomes the main character in an evocative setting, revealed by some elements of the scene, yet veiled by others.
Bonnie Gloris is an arts administrator, fine artist, illustrator/designer, and curator, originally from Albany, NY. She earned a BFA from Parsons School of Design (NYC) and completed the Master of Arts Management program at Carnegie Mellon University (Pittsburgh, PA).
Gloris is now Global Communications Coordinator for American Dance Abroad. She is also a freelance graphic designer for arts organizations such as Kamuela Philharmonic, and an illustrator for publications such as the European Journal of Neuroscience.
Bonnie has participated in group and solo art shows across the country. Recent venues for her work include The Gallery 4 and The Fort Pitt Museum, and SPACE gallery.