It has been two years since Mr. Mosher passed away. Yet, everyday, I realize how great, talented, generous, kind and exceptional person he was. The world is just not the same without Mr. Mosher; the ultimate gentleman who understood Kyoto so deeply.
As I complete a three year study to become a docent at SF Asian Art Museum, I reread Kyoto, A Contemplative Guide, and am so grateful for the life and work of Gouveneur Mosher.
He brings to life the art and the history of the heart of Japan.
Our sincere condolences are extended to Diane Lewis in her loss.
Horace and Martha Sneed
What a privilege to have know John.
Diane--Too bad he's not closer to Wagner, who went the other way. Margery and I are thinking of you and offering sincere condolences.