Bonnie was first recognized as a visual communicator when her whimsical fingerprints adorned every wall of her grandparents’ Boro Park, Brooklyn apartment. Her colorful art work has appeared in advertising, television commercials, music CDs, magazines, children’s books, rubber stamps, greeting cards and apparel. Bonnie’s imagination and inspiration come from dreams. Her ketubah paintings provide us with a universal language. Like a melody maker and a lyricist, these images were created to weave and intertwine with your expression of love.