Bonnie Clark is the founder of Gypsy Wolf Marketing, a boutique marketing consultancy offering the latest in marketing techniques and strategies to art galleries around the world.
Committed to the growth and empowerment of her clients, Bonnie provides art galleries with the innovative, “out-of-the-box” marketing techniques and business strategies necessary to approach their business development and marketing challenges creatively in order to thrive in the changing art world.
An artist herself, Bonnie is also the founder of Dakini Dreams.
Since 2010, Bonnie has leveraged her experience in marketing and the arts as a volunteer in the Mentor-to-Market Artist Training Program and as an artist assistant at the International Folk Art Market | Santa Fe. From 2006 – 2012, she was a member of the Board of Directors for TransCultural Exchange, a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to promoting international art and the understanding of world cultures through art exhibitions, cultural exchanges, and educational programs. Bonnie's extensive experience in the art world also includes work as a volunteer in the collections department at the Museum of International Folk Art and as a gallery director.
Passionate about cultural entrepreneurship, the preservation of folk art traditions, and the creation of economic opportunities for folk artists worldwide, Bonnie actively supports Kala Raksha, the International Folk Art Alliance, and the International Folk Art Market | Santa Fe. She also believes strongly in the power of women to change the world so she supports the next generation through GirlEffect.org. Each year, a percentage of Gypsy Wolf Marketing's revenue is donated to these organizations.
Bonnie is a member of the the Surface Design Association and the International Polymer Clay Association.
Bonnie also maintains a presence in the corporate world where she is the vice president of marketing for Delphi Technology, a global software company headquartered in Boston, MA.
Bonnie currently lives and works in Santa Fe, NM.