Passages—Exodus I & II 1984–1992
Passage IX: Changing Seasons and Passage IX:Exodus I are indeed an enchanting and meditative group of objects - Both Seasons and Exodus I accomplish the task of great art: they eradicate time, they forcefully generate a mystical spiritual sense of necessity, they are both pleasing and fearful. Call it magic.
- Fredric Koeppel, Memphis Commercial Appeal, 1988
Exodus II isn’t gloomy, doesn't kvetch, but does project deep reverence. The painting idiom is abstract-expressionist, the sculptural forms hover in the vicinity of representation, and the combination is profound.
- Patricia Wright, Daily Hampshire Gazette, May, 1992