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Pier 7 Afternoon on the Waterfront by Bonnie Follett
Tables and Gulls at Justin Herman Plaza by Bonnie Follett
Sunlight of Flowers on a Dark Day by Bonnie Follett
View of Post and Grant During Lockdown by Bonnie Follett
Social Distancing at Union Square by Bonnie Follett
Key West Winter Palm by Bonnie Follett
Bamboo and Palms at Night by Bonnie Follett
Key West Freedom by Bonnie Follett
Delicate Pink Rhododendron Bloom by Bonnie Follett
De Young Museum Facade by Bonnie Follett
The Modern and the Baroque by Bonnie Follett
The Red Pagoda by Bonnie Follett
Little Pagoda in the Trees by Bonnie Follett
Pretty Purple Iris portrait by Bonnie Follett
Glorious Purple Iris by Bonnie Follett
House at the Tea Garden by Bonnie Follett
Tea at the Tea Garden by Bonnie Follett
Tea Garden Reverie by Bonnie Follett
Tea Garden Morning by Bonnie Follett
Tea Garden Spring Waterfall by Bonnie Follett
King of the Reef by Bonnie Follett
Pretty Little Rockfish by Bonnie Follett
Sweet Garibaldi by Bonnie Follett
Shy Rockfish by Bonnie Follett
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About Bonnie Follett
I was born and raised in North Dakota and attended college in Minnesota where I obtained my Fine Arts degree at Mankato State University. I moved to San Francisco after college and have been here ever since, except for a year spent in Arizona to try a more rural life, in a whole new high desert environment.
As a child I spent a lot of time drawing and furthered that interest when my parents allowed me to enroll in the Art Instruction Schools - a home study "Draw Me" school that advertised frequently in the magazines of the time. I continued my interest in art during my college years, where I majored in fine art, photography and printmaking.
After college and during my early years in San Francisco, I took photography classes, figure drawing classes, a printmaking class, and I painted in acrylics and watercolors at home between jobs. But once I started working in the legal field, that quickly took up more and more of my time and energy.
In the last few years I have been trying to rekindle a sense of inspiration and imagination that went somewhat dormant for too long. Although I taught myself web design and photo retouching (with the advent of digital tools) while the internet age was blooming, I was still working full time in the legal field and had not done any actual fine art type paintings in years. In recent years I also studied at San Francisco State University's Multimedia Studies Program to further my digital design skills.
But I am now trying to clean up my past break from art and painting while working full time. And I do still rely on my computer for the majority of my artistic outlets. The world of "what is art" is changing, moving more and more to the digital audience. However, I am considering subjects for a new series of paintings and watercolors. Until I get my new work ready to share, I am organizing my past work, and my digital work, and I hope that the Fine Arts America website will help expand my availability to a wider audience.
For more info on my artistic works, here are links to my websites:
My Wordpress Blog