Bonny Lundy is a contemporary impressionist interested in creating an emotional experience through color. Bonny is one of the most highly regarded watercolorists in the Washington DC area. She creates unique watercolor and oil landscapes, still life, and florals. Bonny’s deep connection with nature is conveyed through her flowing brushstrokes, elegant movement, and brilliant color energy. Lundy studied art at Goddard College and has a BFA in painting from Lake Erie College. She exhibits at The Artists Gallery (TAG), with Countryside Artisans Tour, and owns Pleasant View Studio and Gallery in Brookeville, Maryland. Bonny loves painting the woodlands and gardens surrounding her studio and many other beautiful locations in Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine. Her award winning artwork is included in many private and public collections including Sandy Spring Museum, Nat Park Service, US Council on Aging, and Geico. Lundy has been teaching drawing and watercolor for thirty-five years at Glen Echo and Yellow Barn Studio in Bethesda, Maryland. Her other teaching venues have included Smithsonian Associates, Frederick Community College, the Delaplaine Art Center, and Artists and Makers Studios. A juror, she offers popular art talks, demonstrations and critiques. Lundy coordinates and leads plein air painting workshops to Honduras, Costa Rica, Italy, France, Sedona, Santa Fe, Taos, Lewes, and the Shenandoah Mountains.