The New York Times, Helen A. Harrison, art critic

 June 29, 1986

Abstraction Displays Its Energy
By Helen A. Harrison

Line and gesture are elegantly balanced in Frank Wimberley's "A Few Choice Things," its title pointing up the fact that abstract art, even at its most spontaneous and intuitive, is more choice than chance. It's companion piece, "A Few Things More," proves the case by virtually duplicating effects in the former work that might have seemed accidental or arbitrary.