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Fred Bonn Studios


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Fred Bonn
2352 Jeffers Place Carlsbad, CA 92008 Or email your order information to fred@fredbonn.com . Questions? Call Fred at (949) 363-6492.


Bob Bonn | Laguna Beach Art, Sawdust Art Festival

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The son of a well known Laguna Beach artist Fred Bonn , Bob was raised with a solid appreciation for technique and color.


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From electric to acrylic, trains have always been a curiosity and a ticket to success for artist Fred Bonn.
A native Californian, Bonn became interested in locomotives during his childhood when he watched, in awe, the great Iron Horses race past his house in Reno, NV. And over the years the city of chance must have had some influence on him - in midstream he decided to gamble on a new career. He wasn't about to let 10 years of experience in technical illustration, drafting, and commercial art go up in smoke, or was he? In 1970, he left his aerospace job and began to devote full attention to painting. The first few years were difficult, but it was inevitable that his bright, colorful pen-an-ink and acrylic paintings of early Western railroads would catch the public's eye. "A lot of train paintings depict an old engine on a deserted field," said Bonn. A few years ago Fred was commissioned by the California Western line to paint their 1924 Baldwin steam engine called the Super Skunk. He rode the Skunk some 80 miles through the redwoods of Northern California. Bonn is also fond of rural scenes, Victorian houses, cars and World War II planes. The planes are painted as "authentic" copies and displayed in dogfight situations. The cars are very casual and somewhat exaggerated in shape. In fact, this self-admitted car nut has a classic '57 Chevy convertible. Fred Bonn has come a long way as an artist since he changed careers.


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WONDERFUL POLICE STATION TEA LIGHT / ARTIST FRED BONN


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