Lynn Boggess is a great painter and a pretty good carpenter too. Blogging about our visit to his opening at Tyndall Galleries on Saturday night, Paul talks about his use of the trowel as his instrument of choice, as well as his amazing homemade easel (one of several). Folded up, it looks like a shallow wooden crate. With a few turns of a power screw in reverse, it transforms into a three-legged construction capable of accommodating a canvas in rugged terrains.
The paint on Boggess' works is so thick it takes about ten years to dry out fully, he speculates.
You don't have to know all that to appreciate his art, but it really does make you appreciate the work that goes into it.