About The Artist:

Bonnie is that most versatile of artists moving effortlessly from traditional oil painting to sharp graphic pencil drawing. Her skill is unquestioned and her range of styles is unique amongst artists. 

Known as the painter of Westonbirt Arboretum, seascapes and British Wildlife. This website also features the huge commissioned painting "Eight Horses" a celebration of the Chinese Year of the Horse.

"Creating a ‘sense of beauty’ is at the centre of my work. As an artist I feel it is my job to make a connection between people and the art; to give people a window into their imagination, a chance to express things without words..

As a child I always knew I was meant to be an artist. I feel privileged that my paintings have always struck a cord with others."



The Minerva Gallery, Bath - permanent exhibition

The Guildhall Arts Centre, Bristol

The Bath Gallery

The Olympia Art Fair, London

The Autumn Trade Show, NEC, Birmingham

Belhiem Palace International Horse Trails

Country and Land Association

Antiques for Everyone

West End Gallery Victoria, BC

The Village Gallery Vancouver Island BC

Art Expo, New York

Manor House Fine Art, Cardiff

The Chalk Farm Gallery, London

Publications and Featured Articles

The Bath Magazine

The Bath Chronicle

Fae Magazine

Imagine FX

Infected by Art, Volume 6

Orion Books PLC

Professional Links

Creative Consultant to "One Smart Day" a not-for-profit heritage arts organisation. 

Creative Consultant to 913


Bonnie has worked as a small business adviser to the Princes Trust and was a Director of the Guildhall Arts Centr, Bristol 2013. Please use link for more details.




© 2015 Bonnie Helen Hawkins. All rights reserved. No part of this website can be reproduced without the written permission of the artist.

Each picture on this website is meant to be an accurate depiction of the actual artwork, however colour variations may occur. This may be due to the calibration of individual monitors or computer screens and is in no way the responsibility of Bonnie Helen Hawkins.