Artsbridge Presents Dot Bunn
”Color Then and Now”
Thursday, October 17th, 7 to 9:30 p.m.
Dot Bunn is a full-time studio oil painter who lives and works in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. She has a strong commitment to working with and teaching traditional methods of painting.
“Good paintings are the result of intelligent planning and the endless study of technique and process,” she say. “My paintings are thoughtfully developed by design, with preliminary drawings using traditional methods of composition built on the geometry of rectangles much the same as was done by painters dating back to the Renaissance. I enjoy the challenge of building a composition that works two dimensionally while depicting reality.”
Dot’s work has been exhibited in solo and juried exhibitions, receiving many awards, including the Alden Bryan Memorial Medal for Traditional Landscape. Her work has been included in the Butler Institute of American Art National Midyear Exhibition, Salon International Greenhouse Gallery of Fine Art, San Antonio, TX, American Artists Professional League Grand National Exhibition, Art of the State and Art Association of Harrisburg Invitational Exhibition. Her involvement in the art community includes teaching, lecturing and supporting other artists by hosting workshops and networking events. Dot recently completed a large on site mural at the Historic Strawberry Mansion House in Philadelphia on the 500 square foot wall of Banquet Room.
Visit her website at http://dotbunn.com.