“Her charcoal images reduce hills ... and foliage
to bare essential gentle curves and angles recalling such disparate
influences as the atmospheric work of Claude Lorraine, the detail-less
drawings of Seurat and the precision of Grant Wood's regional vistas.”
Lawrence Cappiello, curator, www.rahwayartsguild.org/exhibits.htm,
"Soothing, soft and flowing..."
Marylou Morano, Landscape Imagery Unites LandScope
The Westfield Leader,
March 9, 2006, illus.
“Among the five artists is ...
Laura Lou Levy, whose dreamy charcoal landscapes are reduced to refined
curves, almost abstract...”
Dan Bischoff, artnotes: Images of Nature, The
February 6, 2006
“Intimacy has long been the stock-in-trade
of artists like Laura Lou Levy ... who shows two of her small charcoal
landscapes of riverine valleys, which are like tiny details taken from
the deep background of a drawing by Leonardo. I find them immensely
calming, little… realms of water making sinuous curves through
silt as smooth as paté.”
Dan Bischoff, Thinking Big in Small
Spaces, The Star Ledger,
November 11, 2004