"Idelle Weber’s silhouetted versions of the Madison-Avenue-executive-set bear the stunning impact of a candid camera shot. From their tilted cigars and protruding paunches, to their cleverly casual posturing, identification bursts through their featureless anonymity. Conferring, confronting, Miss Weber catches the instantaneity of her subject’s preoccupations. Utilizing a hard-edge, immaculate technique, these large, meticulous liquitex paintings and small drawings employee sharp color, flatly applied. Space, courageously emptied, is curiously dramatic."
- Pictures on Exhibit, February 1963