Red Rocks and Fog, 1965 (353)

John Folinsbee was a fine artist being motivated by the beauty of form, color, line and texture and all that was good from the great tradition of the past. Without bothering to make sketches he attacks his canvas with lusty strokes and with astonishing speed the face and form seem to come to life. With a full brush and a broad stroke, the magic texture grew under his hand.

 

—William Thon, 1972

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