Bonny Pierce Lhotka

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Bonny Pierce Lhotka (born 1942) is a painter and mixed-media artist, and tradigital art.[1]


She was born in La Grange, Illinois on 14 July 1942. She attended Bradley University and graduated with a Bachelors in Fine Art in 1964.[1]

She has shown her work in numerous shows and exhibitions,[2] including the 2011 Digital Darkroom group show at the Annenberg Space for Photography that was the focus of a 2015 KCET documentary.[3][4]

She has written a number of instructional books.[5][6][7]



  1. 1.0 1.1 Eternity, Max (14 March 2011). "Bonny Lhotka's Digital Alchemy: Unique Recipes for Digital Print Editions". Huffington Post. 
  2. Who's Who in American art, 2012. New Providence, NJ: Marquis Who's Who. 2012. ISBN 978-0-8379-6311-2. 
  3. "Digital Darkroom". 
  4. "Artbound Special: Annenberg Space for Photography – Digital Darkroom". 
  5. Lhotka, Bonny (2015). Hacking the digital print: alternative image capture and printmaking processes, with a special section on 3D printing. San Francisco, CA: New Riders. ISBN 978-0-13-403649-6. 
  6. "Books by Bonny Lhotka". 
  7. Lhotka, Bonny (2013). Last layer: new methods in digital printing for photography, fine art, and mixed media. San Francisco, California: New Riders. ISBN 978-0-321-90540-6.