Check out the April 2020 feature of my work in Mobile Bay Magazine!
If you have some crayons, markers, or colored pencils at home, it’s time to break them out! I’ve teamed up with CCA Alabama to create coloring pages made from some of my artwork and photographs taken in years past. Below you will find a Speckled trout, a Red Snapper, our local lighthouses, and a brown pelican from the Fairhope Pier that are ready to come alive with color. Feel free to share your work with me and send me your pictures at TheBonnieFly@gmail.com so we can show your work off on the Facebook Page. Be sure to check out the CCA Alabama Facebook page and see how to enter your colored pages to win a few prizes!
In the short time since he first launched his Etsy shop TheBonnieFly and his business Finnorn Illustrations, he has become one of the premier fishing artists along the Gulf Coast. Brandon was kind enough to submit to our “5 Questions” grilling and explain how he has arrived at his current situation.Phil Monahan – Orvis News
To see the full interview: https://news.orvis.com/fly-fishing/5-questions-with-artist-brandon-finnorn
It’s been almost a year since I last stepped foot into a patient room. It feels like a lifetime ago. On the surface, switching from a physician to an illustrator seems backwards and unimaginable. I’m not sure anyone could have guessed the 180 degree turn my life has taken over the past year. What I do know for certain, is that I have never regretted my decision to leave medicine in pursuit of a different passion. Here is how and why The Bonnie Fly came to be, what has inspired me to create, and why I will never look back.