Social Concern Marks Kaeser’s Work, Indianapolis Star,
January 11, 1981
It’s not too surprising to learn that William Kaeser frequently reads the works of John Steinbeck; he finds that the Nobel Prize-winning novelist did with words what he aims to do with oil paints and pastels.
Like Steinbeck, Kaeser creates vivid portraits of common Americans dealing with the pain and joy and toil of everyday life. And like Steinbeck, a strong social concern lies beneath it all - concern for the poor and unemployed, concern for the ways society can manipulate its less fortunate members.
“I told my wife I wish I could paint a picture as powerful as he can write a story,” said Kaeser, an
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