". . . fresh, lively paint handling and keen observation that gets to the heart of the
"These paintings are as much about the process of applying paint to canvas, and of
blending colors, as they are about changes in weather, and the changes light makes on
landscape as it varies in intensity."
Southampton Press 1988
"Vigorous and dramatic, her paintings interpret rather than describe the East End.
Ms. Stroudsburg's exciting use of color reveals her early work as an abstract painter in
the New York School tradition."
"(Stroudsburg's) work bridges the area between realistic description and pure color
expression for its own sake…Colors tend to be lush and provocative and they produce
New York Times
"As inividual areas of color break up and seems to dissolve, the point of departure
becomes less crucial….She retains a sense of substantiality even in the airiest works."
Art News, December 1969
"Stroudsburg's work proceeds from a feeling for the landscape and achieves the
universality of a completely integrated abstraction"
Ilya Bolotowsky 1967