'A greenhouse between two covers' -- Reader's Digest
'A marriage of art and science.' -- CBS Sunday Morning News
'Art aficionados marvel at their painterly quality, and botanists are in awe of how Singer manages to capture them so true to form.' -- Smithsonian Magazine
'Singer would appear to have done the impossible.' -- Vanity Fair
'[These pictures reveal] single blooms on a large scale and exquisite detail, emerging from the shadows in a manner evocative of Old Master paintings.' -- ARTnews
"Jonathan Singer has captured some of the world's most endangered flowers in remarkable detail and in a light that evokes the paintings of great Dutch masters. This magnificent work draws attention to the need for protecting its subjects and the ecosystems in which they grow. As a force for conservation, it belongs in the same category as the picture book that inspired it--John James Audubon's Birds of America."