Bonnie Fisher has always had a passion for art, painting and, in particular, the use of watercolor. “Watercolor has been my favorite medium since high school, when I used to drive out to farms and paint in the car on weekends," she recalls. She studied at Moore College of Art in Pennsylvania and graduated with a major in Illustration and a minor in Fine Art. She would go on to work as a freelance illustrator and watercolor artist for over 25 years. Her work can be found in a number of art galleries and has been featured in several art shows around the country.
Bonnie's rural country paintings have been adapted to other household accents such as calendars, books and greeting cards. Her other hobbies are bird watching, gardening and caring for many pets. "I try to express my appreciation for God’s creations and love for the world in my work," Bonnie says about her love for the surrounding environment. Bonnie's artwork is highly recognizable in the folk art and Americana art community. She appreciates the stillness of farm life and captures the beauty of such places throughout all seasons.