24 Jul Ones to Watch: Bonnie Teitelbaum
Imbued with an emotional palette saturated and infused with personal reflection, Bonnie Teitelbaum’s mixed media and acrylic paintings carry the viewer through layers of experiences steeped in vibrancy and fantasia. Her delicate treatment of color combined with a nuanced expressionism transform nature into an intimate adventure.
Teitelbaum’s use of cracked background and dripping colors adds to the immediacy of her work, using the everyday to remind us of the fleeting moments we so readily abandon. Teitelbaum initiates a dialogue with the viewer, a daily internal conversation, through mingling sublime and shimmering color and texture.
Solo shows include Down the Rabbit Hole at Patricia Carlisle Fine Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico; Open Hands, Open Hearts at Nussbaumer Fine Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico; and J Design and Gallery, Kansas City, Missouri. Other exhibitions include New York ART EXPO 2007, Javits Center, New York City, New York; Seeds, Group Show, Underground Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico; Group Show, Alan Day Contemporary, Santa Fe, New Mexico; and Art of the Road Trip, Patricia Carlisle Fine Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Teitelbaum’s work is collected publicly and privately in the United States and abroad.
She is represented by the Patricia Carlisle Fine Art Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico; Artizen Fine Art, Dallas, Texas; Mirada Fine Art, Indian Hills, Colorado; OpusArte, Kansas City, Missouri; and The Edmund Craig Gallery, Fort Worth, Texas.