Rutland Herald
Visual Art Review | Mary Gow | December 09, 2017

"In Wigdor’s tiny compositions, each one about four-by-four inches, imaginary little figures, often connected figures, float or fly over horizons. Three green chapeaus drift upward from a plump little flying contraption in 'Hats Off!'"

Painter Wigdor looks upward and inward to grieve for and honor photographer Nancy King

Brattleboro Reformer
Diana Lischer-Goodband | March 2005

"...Her paintings draw the viewer into her timeless world by means of illuminated breaks in the woods, ghostly stairways through golden fields, and vertical shafts of light cut and rearranged like a cathedral of diamonds."