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Much of my art work has to do with
encouraging everyone to be guardians of the Earth.
I call it ecology without fear.
Penelope is the Mark Twain of the bug world.
—Maria Kostelas, “Flutes of the World.”
Penelope Torribio’s great bug photos can be enjoyed
by all ages
— and the more sophisticated readers will enjoy
the philosophy and wit
in her reflections on bugs.
—Susan Dobay, artist and arts philosopher
I think that you will be amazed at Penelope’s
photographs and deceptively simple reflections
creepy, crawling, flitting, singing, spinning,
creatures that are so necessary to our survival.
—Daria Nuñez, President, Education for the Arts.
“Einstein in My Garden” is a valuable
book with thought-provoking original photos. Penelope’s
moths are "reverse
Houdini's." They represent us who reverse our beauty from invisible
to the visible.
She delights her audience with valuable insights into deeper
truths of being, encouraging them to rise in consciousness.
—Marcielle Brandler, internationally-published poet/educator/public speaker
—Daria Nuñez, President, Education for the