New John Foster UFO drawings now for sale as prints on canvas

Welcome to a new campaign to offer you drawings of John Foster’s UFO encounters. His encounters began shortly after his birth in 1937 and  continued periodically and intermittently until August of 1986, when he and the so-called Ets had “a parting of the ways.”

His encounters actually occurred primarily as he has described them in the three books he has authored. He produced over 140 drawings to illustrate the books. This campaign has been launched with these 3 drawings that represent what he saw during the encounters.

Be one of the first to began collecting a representation of one of the most incredible UFO stories in the world!

The drawings are printed on 100% durable cotton canvas that is securely wrapped around a quality wood frame.

Available sizes are: 16″ x 24″  …….$59,  20″ x 30″ …….$64, and 24″ x 36″  ……..$69   + shipping.

The alternate available sizes are 8″ x 10″  ……$27 and 16″ x 20″    ……..$59   + shipping. However, the gray bands on the top and bottom are much thinner.

Click on the websites below and email John at to be among the first to collect this astonishing UFO drawing series.


Additional UFO drawings by John offered as “prints on canvass!”

Here is another style of John’s UFO drawings. They can be ordered as prints on canvass in the sizes listed above. This one is one of 140 slides that are in the slide show that John used to give his talk to the 2001 International UFO Congress Convention in Laughlin. He also used the slide show at other national UFO conferences and gatherings across the country. The slides containing John’s UFO drawings illustrate what he saw on each occasion. They include information related to “what,” “where, and “when.” Yet, the slides to be offered don’t in the least represent in total all of what John and the others with him witnessed.
Other drawing slides will follow!If you see another drawing or other drawings you would like to have as a print or prints on canvass, just let me know:   and books authored and illustrated by John Foster: 

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