Bonnie Levinson is a multi-disciplinary artist working in multi-imagery photography, painting, collage, mixed media and performance. Her objective is to balance internal expression with the pressure of the external world. She seeks to capture that which is invisible, to create atmosphere, ambiguity, to bring forward that which is indecipherable, and express alternate realties from her imagination. She wants to create work that engages the viewer to feel something, to look at the world from a different point of view and to find meaning in their own terms.
Bonnie recently moved from the San Francisco Bay Area after 24 years of involvement in the arts community where she developed her arts practice. Bonnie embraces becoming an active part of the vital arts scene in Delray Beach at the Arts Warehouse. She looks forward to seeing how her new environment will influence her work. Her artwork is in many private collections and she has been included in exhibitions in the San Francisco Bay area, Malibu,CA, Fort Collins and Snowmass CO and Middlebury VT.
Her career spans more than three decades in the arts as an arts administrator, museum educator, curator, and practicing artist. She served as Deputy Director of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Vice President for Development of the New York Public Library, Curatorial and Visual Arts consultant for the National Parks of New York Harbor Conservancy at Federal Hall in NY. She graduated with a BA from Kenyon College and received a Masters of Arts in Teaching Museum Education from George Washington University. She was a recipient of a Thomas J. Watson Foundation Fellowship, and an NEA travel grant for photography for the Smithsonian Institution .