Award-Winning American Woman Artist, Bonnie Conrad, Exhibits at Impressions Fine Art Studio During Gallery Walk in St. George, Utah

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Bonnie Conrad, best known for her Western and Women Image Art, will be featured in a St. George Art Walk this December.

Bonnie Conrad, The Lady and her Mare

The Lady and her Mare by Bonnie Conrad

I want the world to be a finer, lighter, brighter place for my having painted here.

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Nationally known local artist Bonnie Conrad of Windance Fine Art, today announced, her upcoming Art Reception at Impressions Fine Art, during the Gallery Walk December 11th -26th at 189 North Main Street, St. George, Utah.

A graduate of Brigham Young University, now a resident of Woodland Hills, UT, Conrad's oil painting is distinct in its passion for color, its celebration of light and its somewhat impressionistic approach. Bonnie is the recipient of several prestigious art awards and has been invited to join several organizations including American Women Artists.

According to Bonnie Conrad, mother of six and grandmother to several, her work is motivated by color -- the fascinating play between complements, the mysterious subtleties of gray tones and the endless possibilities for mood. Conrad is deeply concerned that her work should always lift the human spirit. Her summary is:

“I want the art enthusiast to hear the drumbeat and feel the excitement radiating from a dancing Indian child; to re-live a tender moment between a mother and her offspring or to taste the dust and feel the sun on their face as they view a western ranch scene,” said Conrad. "I want the world to be a finer, lighter, brighter place for my having painted here."

For more information or to view her online collection, please visit or for media information please contact Kim Power Stilson, 801-615-0035.


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