Mary Lincoln Bonnell

Arches No. 5

Arches No. 5

Arches No. 2

Arches No. 2

Arches No. 9

Arches No. 9

Arches No. 7

 

Arches No. 6

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Contact

Mary Lincoln Bonnell

41 Union Square West
New York, NY 10003
(212) 598-9490
mlbonnell@comcast.net 

Biography

Mary Lincoln Bonnell earned her B.A. in Fine Arts from Radcliffe College. She studied sculpture with Marino Marini at Brera Academy in Milan, Italy, and in the studio of Pericle Fazzini in Rome. She continued her training at the Art Students League, where she studied life drawing with Bernard Klonis and George Grosz, and sculpture with Nathaniel Kaz and John Hovannes. Her work has been shown in both solo and group exhibitions, including the galleries listed below and at The Signa Gallery (solo exhibition) in East Hampton, NY; The Laundry Gallery in East Hampton, NY; Guild Hall, Museum Collection, in East Hampton, NY; and The James Gallery, New York City.

Mary Bonnell has recently completed a series of bronze sculptures, five of which are depicted above. Her work is in the museum collection of Guild Hall in East Hampton, Long Island, and in private collections in the United States, France, and Canada.

Artists Statement:

I am absorbed by motion, concerned simply with how one gets from here to there and the structures that are needed to show it. My work no longer has direct reference to nature, but it remains organic. Growth and change are stimuli. I work in hard plaster for tensile strength and building freedom. I then cast the larger pieces in bronze for permanence.

Museums/Collections
Guild Hall, Museum Selection, East Hampton, NY
 
Galleries/Shows
Luise Ross Gallery, East Hampton, NY
Elinor Poindexter Gallery, New York City
Elaine Benson Gallery, Bridgehampton, NY