Bonnie Gloris is a visual artist, illustrator, and independent curator, originally from Albany, NY. She moved to New York City to attend Parsons School of Design, earning a Bachelor of Fine Arts.
Gloris has had several solo exhibitions in Jersey City, and has been interviewed about her work in Jersey City Magazine. She has participated in over 60 group art shows across the country. This past year she held a two-person exhibition in Manhattan through the chashama Windows program.
Also during the past year, Bonnie curated and designed a catalog for “Part & Parcel,” featuring artwork that uses fragmentation of the female body as a tool to simultaneously see the body in a more focused manner, and to view it as an abstract form. The show received recognition in the The Star-Ledger, the largest-circulating newspaper in NJ, among other publications.
"Authors & Artists: Portraits by Bonnie Gloris" is currently on display at Pequod Deck Gallery: a satellite space of Paul Robeson Galleries at Rutgers University. The show will be on view through July 24, 2013.