Bonnie Baxter


Bonnie Baxter is an artist.
Based on records, Bonnie Baxter's estimated art value is C$600 (*)

Bonnie Baxter's work could be available for sale through Art Galleries or at public auction with prices in the range of C$100 - C$1,000, or even much higher.

From records, the highest price paid at auction for a woodcut work attributed to Bonnie Baxter (1946) was C$700 - paid for "La serpiente II, 1990" at BYDealers in Montréal on Thu, Oct 19, 2023. has 6 auction art sale records for their woodcut results, with prices in the range of C$100 to C$1,000.

BYDealers Auction House Biography and Notes

Originally from Texarkana, Texas, Bonnie Baxter settled in Val-David, Quebec, in 1972, and founded the print studio Atelier du Scarabée there in 1982. In particular, over the course of a decade, she published the entire corpus of Jean Paul Riopelle's printed works. In her series Jane's Journey (2008), which includes Monarch Beach, Baxter produces uncanny stagings conceived in sequences and from varied angles. She takes an autobiographical approach to this series, attributing the main role to a blonde woman who has her back to the viewer in each shot. The photographs of Jane's journey embrace the human condition from a private perspective, while suggesting the iconographic familiarity of a postcard and sometimes creating an impression of déjà-vu. The colour palette seems inspired by Giorgio de Chirico or Salvador Dalí and adds a touch of surrealism and fantasy to the landscapes in this series.

(*) Value is calculated as an average of the top woodcut sale records from database.
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