The art and illustrations of Bonny Wagoner
The art and illustrations of Bonny Wagoner
creating magic with watercolor and colored pencil

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Bachelor of Art: Fine Art and Illustration - Marylhurst University
Associate of Art - Graphic Design - Portland Community College
Small Business Management Certificate - Small Business Development Center, Portland Community College
Commercial Art Certificate - Portland Community College

My daughter and II have known my entire life I wanted to be a creative. I spent many years studying my craft. I worked my way through college operating a printing press and then enlisted in the military to gain real world experience and pay for college. On active duty I was an Illustrator/Draftsman in the Marine Corps and later a Graphics Technician in the Oregon Air Guard in reserve status and full time federal employee until I was commissioned. On the civilian side of things I've worked on a number of interesting projects like user manuals for Intel, real estate advertising magazine ads, lots and lots of newsletters for a variety of organizations. More recently I designed two coloring books featuring Timberline Lodge on Mt Hood in Oregon - links are on my site if you want to take a peek at that body of work. I am the vice-president of the Columbia Arts Guild serving Columbia County. I organized weekly plein air/ubran sketching outings which has proven to be wildly popular.

I use watercolor, pen and ink and colored pencil to create my pieces. I blur the lines of traditional art and illustration using a watercolor, pen and ink and colored pencil. All of the materials I use are archival quality.

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