San Francisco

Robert Moesle

Horse’s Mouth, Saratoga

Strong Expressionistic stuff of pronounced individual mood—including figures flying through space, or hanging onto a rope for dear life; a couple of horsemen coming out of a glowing, mysterious sunset; and a stern Inquisitional type. To give a frame of reference, Moesle’s work sometimes reminds of the more serious side of Bruce Conner. From San Jose via a trip to England, Moesle is a fellow to watch. Especially since he really knows how to draw.

Arthur Bloomfield

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