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“Bonnie Bronson Fellows: 20 Years”

Bourdette, Christine et al. Bonnie Bronson Fellows: 20 Years. Portland, Oregon: Lewis & Clark College, 2011.

In August 1990 Northwest artist Bonnie Bronson died in a climbing accident. Bronson, whose accomplishments included painting, fabric design, welded and painted steel collages, and enamel on steel wall sculptures, as well as video production and gardening as an art form, had been a powerful force in the Northwest art community. The Bonnie Bronson Fellowship was founded in 1991 by friends who wished to honor her memory with an award furthering the development of an artist living in Oregon or Washington. The fellowship gives special emphasis to sculptors and women artists.

Courtesy of Bonnie Bronson Fund and the Hoffman Gallery, Lewis and Clark College.

Artist Credit: Christine Bourdette, Judy Cooke, Ronna Neuenschwander, Fernanda D’Agostino, Carolyn King, Lucinda Parker, Judy Hill, Adriene Cruz, Helen Lessick, Ann Hughes, Malia Jensen, Christopher Rauschenberg, Kristy Edmunds, Paul Sutinen, Bill Will, Laura Ross-Paul, MK Guth, Marie Watt, David Eckard, Nan Curtis

Exhibition: Bonnie Bronson Fellows: 20 Years. Exhibited at the Ronna and Eric Hoffman Gallery of Contemporary Art, Lewis and Clark College, September 7 – December 11, 2011.

Artist Credits: Christine Bourdette, Judy Cooke, Ronna Neuenschwander, Fernanda D’Agostino, Carolyn King, Lucinda Parker, Judy Hill, Adriene Cruz, Helen Lessick, Ann Hughes, Malia Jensen, Christopher Rauschenberg, Kristy Edmunds, Paul Sutinen, Bill Will, Laura Ross-Paul, MK Guth, Marie Watt, David Eckard, Nan Curtis

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Project Website

Bonnie Bronson Fund, Oregon Community Foundation; Ronna Eric Hoffman Gallery of Contemporary Art, Lewis & Clark College

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