About

Bonnie Robinson Angueira “lives from the inside out”. Her artwork expresses both her experiences and desires, in their most naturalistic and feminine forms.

Acting as a record, her art acknowledges the existence of her feminine spirit and emotion in order to reveal a primal truth: she has been created in heart, mind, and spirit; therefore, she is compelled to create with heart, mind, and spirit.

In painting, she connects to this natural state of accordance. Simply put, she is “in the moment”. And, in this creative moment, in tune with the chords of her heart, will of her mind, and spiritually connected to the soul of creation.

Created on large-scale silkscreen panels and painted with an acrylic medium, her art is anything but static. The panels activate throughout the day in coordination with daylight conditions. Natural light filters through the silk to create dramatic and profound changes in the art. The same piece at 9 o’clock a.m. is distinctly varied at 5 o’clock pm!

Each piece can be presented as a screen, hung as a tapestry off of unique cast-iron rods or framed in a traditional manner.

Her most recent collections explore a spiritual world of subjective imagery through the utilization of iconic images in nature. Whether it is the icon of the butterfly that represent the transformation of hope, survival, or love for cancer patients/survivors in her Butterfly Series; or the large-scale plexi-glass representations of iconic seascapes of South Florida (where earth meets sky), the mystical and spiritual encourage each other in a revelation of distinct spiritual expression—an expression that mirrors the artist’s own emotional response to this natural creation.

Bonnie Robinson Angueira holds a Master of Fine Arts degree from Washington University in St. Louis and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Southern Methodist University. Her works have been exhibited in numerous galleries and museums on the East Coast and in the Midwest. Several art pieces have been included in corporate and private collections and her work has been featured in magazines such as Palm Beach Life.