Artist Bonnita Budysz says, 'We're all creative, and we all have interests. When we connect to what fascinates us, we naturally investigate and explore.'
You won't find Bonnita Budysz's easel standing near any of the paintings she displays at galleries around Wisconsin.
But if it were to show up, you'd notice something - its surface would be baked by sunlight, water marks tattooing the legs, each jagged, dried line a testament to the hours she spends painting outdoors, "en plein air."
When you learn that, something clicks - it's the reason her paintings are suffused with light; the answer to why you feel the heat of an outdoor Italian market on your face or hear leaves scritching in the crisp autumn breeze. ...