Three BC. artist-mentors who worked and exhibited in the 50s-60s in Vancouver.
Frank Molnar (1936-) fled from Budapest during the Hungarian Revolution and went to the USA where he studied art at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. In 1962 he headed for Vancouver to forge his artistic destiny as painter. In 1969 he became one of the first art teachers at Capilano College.
Jack Hardman (1923-1996) was born in New Westminster and studied art in Western Washington and at UBC. He married BC poet Marya Fiamengo in the 50s. A sculptor and a printmaker, he was the Director of the Burnaby Art Gallery.
LeRoy Jensen (1927-2005) spent his childhood in China, Japan and Vancouver and studied painting under the French cubist Andre L'Hote in Paris. In 1954 he returned to Vancouver. He was a founding member of Greenpeace and a member of Victoria's Limner group. He lived on Salt Spring Island. Introduction by Max Wyman.