“These are pictures for our time. Pictures that are refined by time, they are thoughtful, and speak of death and birth in one. They speak of the end point of the Australian landscape, the dry, desolate, final images of one of the worlds driest continents.”
“Wald is building an important body of both figurative and landscape monotypes.”
Christopher Heathcote in 2007 adds that: “There is no way to discuss them (her paintings and drawings) without confronting a genuine psychological weight. Some inner truth is externalised.
– Dr Thomas Middlemost, excerpt from opening speech Mildura Arts Centre 5 March, 2020