"Mr. Rutsch stopped to think just long enough to react to a subject or a discovery. The experience of the making of the art superseded the content. He injected emotion through bold color. He worked with shallow perspective, flat planes of color and sinuous line to represent form. Most important, he was spontaneous."

D. Dominick Lombardi, The New York Times, 12/30/01

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