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 “Marion Wilson paints miniature oil paintings on recycled microscopic glass slides based on explorations of the Solvay Waste Beds in Syracuse, NY – 1400 acres of contaminated, sterile and largely overlooked land in her neighborhood. Wilson gained access to the wastebeds with a colleague/artist and was able to work alongside scientists, environmentalists and engineers in this gated and largely hidden from view landscape. Details of this “landscape on life support” are the subject matter of her tiny paintings.”  - Amy Lipton, founder of Eco-Artspace and independent curator

“Marion Wilson paints miniature oil paintings on recycled microscopic glass slides based on explorations of the Solvay Waste Beds in Syracuse, NY – 1400 acres of contaminated, sterile and largely overlooked land in her neighborhood. Wilson gained access to the wastebeds with a colleague/artist and was able to work alongside scientists, environmentalists and engineers in this gated and largely hidden from view landscape. Details of this “landscape on life support” are the subject matter of her tiny paintings.”

- Amy Lipton, founder of Eco-Artspace and independent curator

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“Marion Wilson paints miniature oil paintings on recycled microscopic glass slides based on explorations of the Solvay Waste Beds in Syracuse, NY – 1400 acres of contaminated, sterile and largely overlooked land in her neighborhood. Wilson gained access to the wastebeds with a colleague/artist and was able to work alongside scientists, environmentalists and engineers in this gated and largely hidden from view landscape. Details of this “landscape on life support” are the subject matter of her tiny paintings.”

- Amy Lipton, founder of Eco-Artspace and independent curator

 “Marion Wilson paints miniature oil paintings on recycled microscopic glass slides based on explorations of the Solvay Waste Beds in Syracuse, NY – 1400 acres of contaminated, sterile and largely overlooked land in her neighborhood. Wilson gained access to the wastebeds with a colleague/artist and was able to work alongside scientists, environmentalists and engineers in this gated and largely hidden from view landscape. Details of this “landscape on life support” are the subject matter of her tiny paintings.”  - Amy Lipton, founder of Eco-Artspace and independent curator
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12. Winter, Rte 92 copy.jpg
bouckville.jpg
route92_2.jpg