"She's climbed up the leg of a crane to research her paintings' subjects, the perspective lines drawn with a sharp blade. A true explorer, she sets up camp in the northwestern wilderness, searching for the perfect landscape to destroy in the nearly non-fictional, post-apocalyptic story she's telling."
-Kristin Farr, Juxtapoz Magazine, August 2011
"In the end, I can't help but think that Iverson's paintings somehow transcend the scenic worlds of her luminist heroes. Given her intelligence and passion for the way people are living today, they even extend beyond the collision of industry and nature, consumerism and tranquility - in part triggering something very human in everyone who sees them. In short, Mary Iverson's paintings speak to us, just a little, of ourselves.
-Jen Pappas, Hi Fructose Magazine, October 2011