Born in New Jersey, at a young age Bonnie moved with her family to Israel where she was raised, attended school, initially taking on the corporate path. In 2006 however, she closed the office doors and ventured out on artistic endeavors, a pursuit which led her to the exploration of sculpture, using wire mesh as her primary medium. Bonnie focused on figurative studies in the studio classes of Israeli artists No’am Douieb and mentored with sculptor Shulamit Hartal, where she acquired her knowledge on mesh sculpting while focusing on her interest in the human form.
In 2009, Bonnie returned with family to the US where she continued to develop her work and establish her artistic path. Today her work is represented in art galleries in several states. She exhibits in both juried and invitational exhibits, as well as national shows where she has won numerous awards and honorable mentions. Since 2012 she has participated in several invitational art residencies in Poland and in France where she worked on themed exhibits created by collaborating international artists.
Her work can be found in both private collections in the US, England, Australia, and public installations in the US, Poland and France.