Buffalo Bonker

 
         
    Rail Splitter by Buffalo Bonker    

Rail Splitter

Acrylic on Panel

Image Size 48 x 48

luncheonBardot

Luncheon with Bridget

Acrylic on Multiple Panels
Image Size 26 x 32 x 4
Bather on Locust

Bather on Locust

Acrylic on Panel
Image Size 24 x 24
Fishermaen

Fishermen

Acrylic on Panel
Image Size 24 x 20
Good Earth

Peasant Girl

Acrylic on Panel
Image Size 24 x 24
216624 Turtle Neck

216624 Turtle Neck

Acrylic on Panel
Image Size 36 x 11
Maddona and Child

216749 Madonna and Child

Acrylic on Panel
Image Size 24 x 20
216623 Martha Q

216623 Martha Q

Acrylic on Panel
Image Size 24 x 11
216283

216283 Crossing the Delaware

Acrylic on Panel
Image Size
216289

216289 Mona Lisa

Acyrlic on Panels
Image Size 49 x 14
216101 Roosevelt

216101 Roosevelt SOLD

Acrylic on Panel

Image Size 24 x 48

216185 Evel Knievel

216285 Evel Knievel

Acrylic on Panel
Image Size 24 x 24
Ali

216284 Ali

Acrylic on Panel
Image Size 24 x 24
night hawks

216746 Night Hawks

Acrylic on Panel
Image Size 36 x 24

Gothic Dad

216747 Gothic Dad

Acrylic on Panel
Image Size 36 x 18
216625 The Floor Planers

216625 The Floor Planers (Les raboteurs de parquet)

Acrylic on Panel
Image Size 48 x 36
216282 Madame X

216282 Madame X

Acrylic on Panel
Image Size 18 x 24
216288

216288 "Uncle" Sam

Acrylic on Panel
Image Size 36 x 11
216100 Skinny Cosmonaut with Rope

216100 Skinny Cosmonaut with Rope

Acrylic on Panel

Image Size 24 x 24

216286 Death of Marat

216286 Death of Marat

Acrylic on Panel
Image Size 20 x 33
216105 Napoleon

216105 Napoleon

Acrylic on Panel

Image Size 24 x 24

216102 Liberty Leads the People

216102 Liberty Leads the People

Acrylic on Canvas

Image Size 24 x 48

About Buffalo Bonker

Artist - Painter

Buffalo Bonker was born and raised in Orange County, California. He first learned to draw portraits as a child and began to receive commissions for portraits and murals as young as age 10.

He further developed his painting style and technique over the years by disciplined self-study and by immersing himself in the strong artist communities of Santa Cruz and Marin Counties in California.

Desiring to focus on his painting with less distraction, he eventually relocated to Iowa, where he currently resides.

Bonker's current portrait series, titled “Rock Bottom”, is based upon anonymous inmate mug shots posted on the Internet. The mug shots capture deep honest emotion and feelings on the faces of those depicted. There is nothing fake or posed about the expressions of the photo subject. The images are candid - while the subject is aware of the picture being taken, thoughts of how the final image will appear is far from their minds. The original photos are posted online and dozens of new photos of new arrests are posted every day. The artist intentionally does not pay attention to or record the names and charges of the inmates and does not wish to portray a particular person, but only emotion and expression.

       
 

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