Inverna Lockpez, Curator of the Erpf Gallery, wrote
that "Ms. Leveson's style is precise, detailing
the essence of the structures and evoking of the landscape.
The pieces dissolve the boundaries between the land
and man-made structures
." (August, 2008).
Gail Tauber wrote that "Detail is important
to Leveson's work - each brush stroke successively
adds to a tangible surface texture - but light, and
shadow, particularly in high contrast, is what most
captures Leveson's imagination. There is an intimacy
and immediacy in all her work, which speaks directly
to the heart." (2003).
Roshan Houshmand, curator of Enderlin Gallery, wrote
that Leveson's "paintings are united by their
evocative mood, subtle colors, and spatial drama."
"[In Leveson's work]
light dances on the
surfaces suggesting the vitality and structure of
nature in a very personal voice
Mountain News, Margaretville, N.Y., October 12, 2005).
Robert Sievert wrote in Artzine, "The
are testament to the experience one
has when confronting an undisturbed landscape, a sense
of awe and wonder of the natural world
is a master
. quiet spaces [are] brought to life
with a lively brush and artistic imagination