Variety in scope and skill mark CAA prize show
by Cate McQuaid

...Not all the work in the show focuses on the figure. Lisa Venditelli's "Reliquary del Divino, Grade "A" Prime," which won the award for outstanding sculpture, merely refers to it. The work features whisks slung in nylon and strung from meat hooks. It's another piece about the cult of beauty, cross-referenced with the image of a meat market, but the rigor of the sculpture has as much to do with its success as its subject matter...

Mcquaid, Cate, "Variety in scope and skill mark CAA prize show", The Boston Globe, May 31, 2002