Bonny produces works on women on horses.
Born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Bonny attended Tyler College of Art of Temple University where she excelled in painting, drawing and sculpture and received much of her technical training.
Bonny's years of work in the graphic arts and textile industry allowed her the time and experience to master applied color theory. Working in the gallery business gave Bonny the opportunity to become acquainted with the inner working of the art world.
Publishing and distributing of Bonny's limited edition creations consists of silk-screens, etchings, lithographs, jewelry, sculpture and monotype.
Bonny's work has been covered by noted publications such as Southwest Art, Inform Art, Equine Images, U.S. Art, The Dallas Time Herald, Northside People, Gazette Telegraph, Steamboat Pilot, The New Mexican and more. Her work has been on the cover of three semesters of Richland College programs one of which won both a local and a national award. Bonny's original creation designed specifically for a Harley was featured on the cover and eight-page spread of V-Twin and Easyriders magazine. Bonny's work has also been on the covers of Arabian horse Association, Oklahoma CPA, and two CD covers. Bonny has also created a large installation bronze for a cancer treatment center in Arizona.
Bonny's career continues to expand in many different fields and her love of art is ever present in her growing success.