American Art Collector|April 2020
Boggess ’ are often large-scale, measuring 40, 50 and sometimes even 80 inches across, and he’ll bring these massive canvases out into the field to paint. “I’m really not trying to solve too many artistic problems while I’m out there. I’m just trying to react to what I’m seeing as quickly as I can because then you get the intuitive, the spontaneous,” says Boggess. “I’m not trying to make a painting while I’m out there, I’m trying to record experience in paint.” Once he’s captured the soul of the scene, he goes back to his studio to refine it.
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