The Atlanta Journal speaks of Sacha Carden as an artist whose journey from East to West is reflected in her "use of bold colors, large canvas, and free line and form." Landscapes express a state of calm and peacefulness and exult the candid sincerity of her works, realized as in a trance.
Art critic and historian Petre Oprea: "Carden uses intense colors, predominantly incendiary reds and greens. The brush strokes are casual and are distributed over large areas of color. All these works captivate through chromatic sensitivity. In this way, her paintings inexhaustibly reveal her potential and artistic possibilities in rendering landscapes with a poetic charge of feminine sophistication."