Bonnie Folkins - Wooden Rowboat - Cloud Reflections
Bonnie Folkins - Green Boat
Bonnie Folkins - Dinghies
Bonnie Folkins - Fishing Boat, Stay Poles and Reeds at Comporta Marsh
Bonnie Folkins - Dinghies in Winter
Bonnie Folkins - Freshly Cut Hay, (Jales, Portugal)
Bonnie Folkins - House and Shadows at Rolica, Portugal
Bonnie Folkins - Vines and Shadows at Pegarinhos, Portugal
Bonnie Folkins - House, Trees and Road Near Siena, Italy
Bonnie Folkins - Castelluccio - Fields and Clouds
Bonnie Folkins - Quebec Farmland
Bonnie Folkins - Pears and Shadows
Bonnie Folkins - Persimmons
Bonnie Folkins - Apples at Castedo
Bonnie Folkins - House at Pontadell'Incenso
Bonnie Folkins - Foggy Morning Near Lucigagno,  Siena
Bonnie Folkins - Siena Scene, Late Afternoon
Bonnie Folkins - Siena Scene, Foggy Morning
Bonnie Folkins - Siena Fields

Bonnie Folkins

"I look for intimate subjects, generally with a quiet, personal theme. A little dory, for example, hidden under a wharf, away from all other activity, is an inspiration to me. There, I am able to find a sense of solitude with the shifting waters, amidst the wet, dark, tar-scented timbers."

Mount Allison University, New Brunswick Canada - 1963- 1967- Coutts Hallmark Scholarship from four Atlantic Provinces
Painting, Drawing, Design Principles, Sculpting and Art History
Mount Allison University Workshops, 1968, 1969, 1984 - Relevant Instructors: Edward E. Pulford, Lawren P. Harris, Molly Bobak, Christopher Pratt and David Silverberg

International School Of Art at Umbria, Montecastello di Vibio, Italy, 1997, 1998, 1999

Classes with David Leffel, Taos, New Mexico, 2005

Juried and Group Exhibitions
1995 Adirondack National Exhibition of Watercolors, Old Forge, NY, USA.
1996 Biennale Internationale D'Art Miniature, Ville-Marie, Quebec, Canada
1996 A Retrospective of 10 years of Exhibitors, Almada Negreiros Art Gallery, Consulate General of Portugal, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
1996 Women Artists of Saint John (Jurors Choice), Saint John, NB, Canada.
1997 Torri D'Avvis Tariento Seconda Edizione Festival, Tarquinia, Italy.
1997 Northeast Watercolor Society, Kent, Connecticut, USA.
1997 National Art Centre, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada (solo exhibit).
1998 Northeast Watercolor Society, Kent, Connecticut, USA.
1998-Portugal as seen by Canadian Artists, Almada Negreiros Art Gallery, Consulate General of Portugal, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Traditional Watercolor, oil paintings and drawings using classical techniques

Private Collections
Australia, Hong Kong, Portugal, Italy, The United States and Canada

Professional Development
Watercolor workshops and lectures have been given in Canada

Public Collections
McGill University, (147 paintings in the Visual Arts Collection), Montreal, Quebec).
DuPont Canada Inc., Montreal, Quebec
The Collection of Air Canada, Montreal, Quebec
Irving Oil Inc., Saint John, New Brunswick
PolyGram Records of Canada Inc., Toronto, Ontario
The Collection of the City of Saint John, New Brunswick,
The Owens Art Gallery of Mount Allison University, Sackville, N.B.
Macdonald College, Ste. Anne de Bellevue, Quebec
Gallery Colline (The University of Moncton at Edmundston), New Brunswick
Acadia University, Wolfville, Nova Scotia
Havemeyer Hall at Columbia University, New York, N.Y., USA
University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario
Cockburn-Smithes of the Hiram Walker International Group, Portugal
The International School of Art at Umbria, Montecastello di Vibio, Italy
Mount St. Vincent University, Halifax, Nova Scotia
The Collection of the City of Moncton, New Brunswick
The Restigouche Gallery, Campbelton, New Brunswick
Moosehead  Breweries, Saint John, New Brunswick
Aliant, Inc., Saint John, New Brunswick
The Vintage House, Pinhao, (Alto Duoro), Portugal
Fundacao Casa Museu Mauricio Penha, Sanfins do Douro, Portugal
The University of New Brunswick, at Saint John, New Brunswick including 21 paintings on the theme of the Romany People of Portugal.

Selected Solo Exhibitions
Forty Five Solo Exhibitions in Canada, The United States and Portugal
(most recent at Fundacao Casa Museu Mauricio Penha, Sanfins do Douro, Portugal, 2005)

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