"Margaret Casella's process enhances the visual reference to 17th Century still-life tradition, already implied by the strong chiaroscuro. Along with the slightly faded color, it also adds a patina of age, which points up the ephemerality of flesh and bloom, and the inevitable process of decay that's shared by all things organic."

Welker, J. M., review for Elaine Benson Gallery, exhibit, "The Message is the Medium." Newsday 30 Aug. 1995. Print.

“Black & white photographs taken by Margaret Casella reveal the fine details of root crops, like the image of a dandelion shown below.”

Delbanco, Andrea. Review of The Webster Gallery exhibit at The Horticultural Society of New York. The New York Times, City Section, October 2000. Print.