From the Studio of Frederic Bonneau

Welcome to the Frederic BONNEAU PHOTOGRAPHY Gallery and Online Shop. In case you are new to our site we would like to welcome you and tell you a bit more about the Artist. Whether you are interested in finding information about the Artist, looking at beautiful art or buying an original fine art photograph or novelty products, prints, books etc, you will find it all at Frederic BONNEAU PHOTOGRAPHY Online Shop.

Friday, February 5, 2010



Why is fine art photography more expensive than posters?
What's the difference between the two?

Fine art photography is a work of art.Fine art photography is printed on real photographic archival paper that will last for decades.Posters are printed on thin paper that tears easily and is not meant to last.Fine art photography is special and unique because few copies are printed. You will be only one of a few people in the world displaying that piece of art in your home or office.Posters are mass-produced.

Monday, December 14, 2009

New Exhibit for 2010

Over 600 species of year round and migratory birds can be seen throughout the Everglades. Visitors to the area will frequently spot egrets, ibises and the spectacular great blue heron. The anhinga or “snake bird” will be seen perched on a limb drying its wings and the more fortunate viewer will have an opportunity to spot and photograph the rare wood stork or have a glimpse of the southern bald eagle.

Thursday, December 3, 2009

10% First Time Purchase Discount

Receive 10% off your initial order for your first time order totalling $50.00 or more. Coupon not valid with any other offers.


Your will need to provide the coupon code during checkout to receive the discount.Restrictions: Minimum $50.00 order.


Receive 25% off any order from 11/01/09 to 12/31/09. No minimum order required. Coupon not valid with any other offers.


Your will need to provide the coupon code during checkout to receive the discount.

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Support The World Wildlife Fund

World Wildlife Fund (WWF) leads international efforts to protect endangered species and their habitats. Now in its fifth decade, WWF field staff works in more than 100 countries backed by teams of scientists and policy experts in national offices around the globe to conserve the diversity of life on earth. With nearly 1.2 million members in the U.S. and another 4 million worldwide, World Wildlife Fund is a nonprofit organization dedicated to environmental conservation through science.
Purchase these beautiful prints featured on the Artist Exhibits and support the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) today!