Bonnie received a BFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in affiliation with Tufts University and completed additional painting and printmaking intensives in the Diploma Program. Previous to attending the Museum School, she worked in graphic design for over 20 years including co-owner and principal designer of the firm PORTFOLIO in Boston. Since 1999, she has worked in her studio in Boston’s Fort Point neighborhood in a vibrant artist cooperative building. For many years she has taught workshops in Relief Printmaking and Contemporary Collage & Mixed Media and her current workshops are all in her Boston studio. Her work, including site specific commissions, can be found in private collections. Bonnie's prints are one-of-a-kind works or monoprints made with polystyrene plates and water-soluble inks. The plates are cut or marked, inked with a brayer, and transferred one at a time to paper by hand without a press. The textured images are created through layering transparent and opaque inks. This process is suitable for a series of related unique prints, which can happen through planning ahead or random overprinting of plate on plate.