... Her figures are all-important and powerfully projected forward, their backdrops incidental to the thrust of their inner activity. She permits her figures the freedom to experience themselves in the absence of fear. They contemplate and meditate. They are pensive and reflective, and at the same time innately sensual and uninhibited. Their bodies are natural habitats for their souls; their postures and breathing natural and spontaneous. Her figures are turned away from each other, unashamedly self-absorbed, yet somehow they are simultaneously touching or involved with each other.
Audrey Rose Wyler, Mussavi Katalog, Kunstkritikerin, New York, 1986