Mary Wessel creates her luminous color prints by manipulating liquids on light-sensitive photographic paper. This “Untitled” Type-C print from her 2013 “Worldscape” series is part of the “Phenomena” group show at the Epsten Gallery
Mary Wessel creates her luminous color prints by manipulating liquids on light-sensitive photographic paper. This “Untitled” Type-C print from her 2013 “Worldscape” series is part of the “Phenomena” group show at the Epsten Gallery MARYWESSEL From the artist
Mary Wessel creates her luminous color prints by manipulating liquids on light-sensitive photographic paper. This “Untitled” Type-C print from her 2013 “Worldscape” series is part of the “Phenomena” group show at the Epsten Gallery MARYWESSEL From the artist

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