Boston Globe, Sept. 26, 2003

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"Plant images sprouting with life"

by Christine Temin

Most of the work [in the New Art Center Show] is about plants rather than made of them. The most impressive exception is Beth Galston's flowers, leaves, and twigs trapped in an ice-like resin. She does them in large, stand-alone sizes, but also in endearing little ice-cube size groups.

Boston Globe, Sept. 20, 2000

Excerpt from
"Nature's forms are preserved in sculpture"

by Christine Temin

Of the wall's worth of tiny pieces, each on a little shelf, the most touching are those with resin hands in positions of offering or prayer, filled with roses, leaves or roots they seem to protect. Here the natural world has penetrated the human body, the porosity a reminder that the body is, after all, part of that world.