Daniel Bonnell

About Daniel Bonnell

DANIEL BONNELL is known throughout the United States, England and Israel as one of the few noted sacred painters of the 21st Century. His work is used by the most renowned theologian writers of our day  as examples of contemporary icons in their writings and book covers.  These theologians include Alister McGrath of The University of Oxford and Kings College, the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, and the Francsican Contemplative and author Richard Rohr.  Bonnell received his BFA degree from the Atlanta College of Art and his MFA from Savannah College of Art and Design. He also studied under the acclaimed artists  Ansel Adams, Milton Glaser and Ed Ross. 

Published writings from the artist as well as books published by and about the artist are found on the Published Writings tab on this site.

Daniel Bonnell does not consider himself a Christian artist but simply an individual who follows the teachings of Christ and expresses the teachings writings through his art. He is not associated with any denomination, organization or institution.

His work largely became known and recognized from a one-man-show at Saint Paul's Cathedral in London, July of 2004. The book, The Road Home, was published on his art for this special exhibition. Since then he has become a noted artist for publishers around the world for book covers that express a nontraditional neo-expressionist position on theology and scripture. He is author of the book Shadow Lessons, (Wipf&Stock Publishers 2012) a book about the trials and lessons learned of teaching art to at-risk inner city high school students. He is a contributing writer for ArtPulse Magazine, a  magazine that reviews the work  of contemporary artists around the world.