“Desert Zen IV” by Bonnie Clark (2019)

“Desert Zen IV” by Bonnie Clark (2019)

About Bonnie

Marketing Strategist | Cultural Entrepreneur | Mentor to International Artisans | Human Design Guide | Mixed media, Fiber and Textile Artist

I’m the founder of Gypsy Wolf Marketing, a boutique marketing consultancy dedicated to working with art galleries, artists, and international artisans.

Committed to the growth and empowerment of my clients, I provide them 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.

Seven years ago, I began my journey with Human Design. I’m a 5/1 Generator with Emotional Authority and Human Design showed me how to navigate my life perfectly aligned with who I really am. It detailed my talents, skills, and potential, and gave me a blueprint for actualizing them. It shed light on my emotional, psychological, and energetic makeup, giving me the self-awareness and tools to align with my nature and step into my highest potential in every aspect of my life. As I continued my studies, I began to understand how Human Design could help my clients learn to honor their individual needs and make correct choices leading to improved health and well-being, better relationships, and fulfillment in their personal and professional life.

In addition to my consulting work, over the past 25 years I’ve leveraged my experience in business development, marketing, and the arts in a variety of positions in the art world including

  • Gallery director for an art gallery specializing in Native American arts in Scottsdale, AZ and Santa Fe, NM

  • Mentor at the Arts and Business Council of Greater Boston

  • 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

  • Volunteer in the museum collections department at the Museum of International Folk Art

  • Mentor in the Mentor-to-Market Artist Training Program, Volunteer Chair for New Artist Training, Volunteer Chair for the Artist Conference, Artist Assistant, and Volunteer Chair for Pop-Up Markets at the International Folk Art Market

I studied art at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, MA and exhibit my artwork under the name Dakini Dreams.

I live and work in Santa Fe, NM.