Joseph Boon created his own technique using a mixture of Oil, Acrylic and watercolor paints to achieve the look he was known for. This is a view of an old barn house with rustic brush around a wooden fence. Signed lower right, 'Joseph Boon.' This mixed media painting on board measures inside mat 7-1/4 inches tall and 11-1/4 inches wide. I see no scratches, restorations or holes in the painting. The silver metal frame measures 11-1/4 inches tall and 16-1/4 inches wide. On the verso is a flyer from the artist also signed by him.
Joseph Boon is a listed artist who was a prolific contemporary artist. He was a native of Belgium, born and raised in Brussels. He emigrated to the USA in Denver in 1959. He said, 'There is beauty all around one if he just wants to look at it. I do not have a philosophy for my painting other then simply being totally involved with it.' Boon’s fine art technique is essentially self taught. His particular delight is observing, sketching, and painting what appeals to him. Through the years, he improved and developed his own approach and techniques to achieve different textures and subtle colors with oil, acrylics and watercolors. He was a member of the Foothills Art Center, Mountain Arts Guild, and Denver Allied Arts Guild.
Joseph Boon, The Old Barn House Landscape Mixed Media Painting, Belgium-American-Colorado Plain Air Signed by Listed Artist