He moonlighted as a swimmer when movie parts were available. Franša painted many subjects, but he is best known for his esoteric images of Native American women. Franša's art enters the
world of fantasy and dreams, where the spiritual meets the sensual. His works, with their floating imagery and airy, muted colors, evoke an aura of mystery. Franša said he always painted his subjects, which primarily were women,
either in profile, looking toward the edge of the painting, or looking over her shoulder, "so that anyone could walk into it." Joan Lee, director of marketing at Hadley House, said that Ozz saw the spirituality and quiet
dignity of Native American men and women. "there's a romance surrounding Native Americans that people appreciate seeing," said Lee. Lee said that Franša╣s beautiful prints, periodically released by Hadley House
"always sell well and continue to attract a growing body of collectors. . ." After creating a spectacular body of art, Ozz Franša died in 1991.
(Article from Collector's Mart: "Remembering the Legends"
Ozz Franša: A Mystical Visionary by Angela Howell. June 1993)