Recent Work

Art critic and writer Richard Speer writes: Evocative passages…resplend with silver metallic, which gleams like…late-day light on waves.  Washes of color alternate with thick, clay-like putty and…impasto…the lines that separate planes appear more incised than drawn, lending pregnant fermatas to an étude of periwinkles and gunmetals, searing whites and judicious swaths of sunset orange.  In his watercolors, Boone often leaves the knife’s-edge of the horizon unpainted, contextualized by clouds and water, allowing the…most important element to float, inferred, in the viewer’s imagination.