‘Art exhibition', Auckland Star, 29 June 1923, pg 10, “Quite the most interesting exhibit in the black and white section is a pen drawing by Miss Flora Scales, "The Quiet Hour" No. 387. The main charm of this little picture is the simple and unaffected result that the artist has gained. The feeling expressed has a Rembrantish quality that is admirable.”
‘Auckland Society of Arts’, Ladies' Mirror, volume 2, issue 2, 1 August 1923, pg 24, Miss Flora Scales, in a small pen-drawing, successfully produces a harmonious composition of subtle tone-values with an exquisite quality of line…"