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Peter Bonk - Fine Artist

Peter Bonk

Lutz, FL - United States

 
 
 

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Peter Bonk

Lutz, FL - United States

Peter Bonk - Fine Artist

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About Peter Bonk

The work of Pete Bonk evokes ones curiosity with whimsy. It is not simply a pretty picture but also poetry in painting. The subjects are very much about life and living. Professionally, Bonk has been active in the graphics arts industry for the last ten years. He is an adjunct professor and principal of Bonk and Associates. In recent years he has synthesized symbolic elements into paintings which utilize traditional painting techniques to represent contemporary life with a complex and a beautiful sense of color.

Pete has won numerous Best of Show awards. His works are hanging in Private and Public collections throughout the country.

Why Circles?
Some of my paintings are in circular form. I find in most cases this form better fits my aims than square forms. It is also believed by some that Leonardo symbolized the material existence in Vitruvian Man by the square and spiritual existence by the circle. Thus he attempted to depict the correlation between these two aspects of human existence.

In my paintings I try to use the material representation to convey a spiritual message. Hence, the round canvas.



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Freedom by Peter Bonk
 

Freedom by Peter Bonk

Trust Me I am Your Teacher by Peter Bonk
 

Trust Me I am Your Teacher by Peter Bonk

Holiday Impressions by Peter Bonk
 

Holiday Impressions by Peter Bonk

Self Portrait by Peter Bonk
 

Self Portrait by Peter Bonk

The Eye of Art by Peter Bonk
 

The Eye of Art by Peter Bonk

Bear Family by Peter Bonk
 

Bear Family by Peter Bonk

Lady Justice and the Man by Peter Bonk
 

Lady Justice and the Man by Peter Bonk

Holiday Man by Peter Bonk
 

Holiday Man by Peter Bonk

Red Headed Nude by Peter Bonk
 

Red Headed Nude by Peter Bonk

Rippin It Up by Peter Bonk
 

Rippin It Up by Peter Bonk

Lone Ibis by Peter Bonk
 

Lone Ibis by Peter Bonk

The Spirit of the Night by Peter Bonk
 

The Spirit of the Night by Peter Bonk

Manatee Heaven by Peter Bonk
 

Manatee Heaven by Peter Bonk

LuckyBird by Peter Bonk
 

LuckyBird by Peter Bonk

Madam Lion by Peter Bonk
 

Madam Lion by Peter Bonk

Even Lions Get Old by Peter Bonk
 

Even Lions Get Old by Peter Bonk

Lake Heron Heron by Peter Bonk
 

Lake Heron Heron by Peter Bonk

Cypress Pond Preditors by Peter Bonk
 

Cypress Pond Preditors by Peter Bonk

The Boyz by Peter Bonk
 

The Boyz by Peter Bonk

Queen of the House by Peter Bonk
 

Queen of the House by Peter Bonk

Toucan Portrait by Peter Bonk
 

Toucan Portrait by Peter Bonk

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