This painting is a tribute to one of Columbia’s finest and most revered artist, John William “Blind” Boone. Boone was a man of extraordinary talents, worldwide fame and endless generosity, who overcame great obstacles and fought through adversities with love, kindness, and faith.
However, it has also been said that Boone was a madman on the keys and that sometimes he would play with such might he would destroy pianos. Legend has it that his depiction of “The Marshfield Tornado” ensued so much fear and panic in audiences that some would run for cover.
In 2015 the city was in the mist of rebuilding his house, which was once a home with an open door and endless melodies. Through our community’s historical restoration, we can once again celebrate the life of “Blind” Boone and use his legacy as a source of inspiration.
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