“Suzanne Opton sets up a metaphorical, quizzical game, with the feminine condition on both sides…. Most of Opton’s models still have flesh pink and firm enough to remind us of what it once was; she assigns them parts to play with the props of domestic ritual, in tableaux that are simultaneously strange, sad, vaguely disturbing, glancingly bitter and ironically humorous. Her photographs confidently add what might be called a new wrinkle to the corpus of female nudes that parades through the history of photography.”
 – Vicki Goldberg, Loose Change