For those that are not aware 2012 has been quite a change in my life. Earlier in the year I was diagnosed with Peutz-Jaghers Syndrome. A life long rare condition affecting the digestive system. I've had two surgeries (one emergency). The condition also puts me at high risk for certain cancers that I will have to be monitored for. It has been a long year for us and I'm grateful for my friends and family that have been so supportive through everything. ♥♥♥ ~Bonnie
Bonnie Latham began her art career at a very young age. She has done work with several mediums including acrylic, oil, inks, graphite, charcoal, and others, but watercolors have become her medium of choice. She paints primarily wildlife and the outdoors. Bonnie’s work has raised thousands of dollars for conservation efforts and wildlife rehabilitation and is internationally recognized for her art. She has done numerous exhibitions in the United States and England, and has won several awards including “Artist of the Year” for Minnesota Ducks Unlimited, and was featured on the US Fish & Wildlife Service’s 2000 Federal Junior Duck Stamp- being selected from 40,000 entries across the United States. She is a signature member of both the Artists for Conservation (Vancouver, BC) and the Society of Animal Artists New York, NY.
Is in the Smithsonian's Permanent Collection