David Boggs can hardly keep up with the demand for his paintings. Boggsâ€™ skyscapes, which depict the â€œopen spaces and dominant skiesâ€ of the Great Plains, are showcased at his one-person show at the Circa Gallery in Minneapolis.
Over four years have passed since Boggsâ€™ last one-person exhibition in 2006. This is due, in part, to the quick sale of his paintings.
â€œWhen the paintings have been very well-received, I can hardly keep up with demand,â€
says Boggs. â€œOf course, thatâ€™s a problem I am eager to confront as often as possible.â€
This summer, Boggs painted almost all of the 28 pieces on display, ranging from serene skies to abstract active clouds. Because of the skyâ€™s brilliance in the topography of west central Minnesota, it defines each painting, inviting the participant to revere nature.
See it yourself at the Circa Gallery until Jan. 29.