"This attractive book is at once oral history, biography, art education, a glimpse into Seminole culture and a generous portfolio of the work of an outstanding self-taught artist. Carol Mahler manages to tell not only a good deal about the life of Guy LaBree, but also about the life of each painting."
--Naples Florida Weekly

"Her gift as a storyteller is evident in this book, as she adds colorful tidbits on both artist and the art."
--the News Chief

"Give full tribute to the artist and his subject matter."
--The Midwest Book Review

"Provides a remarkable opportunity to see his work and explore the Seminole with the intimacy of an artist."
--Active Year