In Shirtwaist Story, Delia Robinson portrays, through a unique combination of graphic novel and art book, the haunting memories of Peter, a descendant of the family whose New York sweatshop was destroyed in the notorious 1911 fire in which 146 garment workers perished.
Marc Awodey, Art New England--"...an inventive body of work that's also unpretentious and playful." "Her works are evocative and multi-layered. She's an inventive figurative painter, but also a visual storyteller whose language is clear yet technically complex."
G. Blake MacPhail, Art Notes, Burlington, Vt. "...a sense of fantastical visual adventure and emphatic artistry...a dream landscape consistent in style but surprising in content."
Jerome Lepani , The Barre-Montpelier, Vt. Times Argus. "A sense of... the unseen apprehended in her sudden illuminations of ripe political or psychological reality.