Marion Wesson's paintings are created using many layers of thin washes of acrylic paint. The goal is to create a minimal image using a complex system. Each layer shows through in one area of the painting or another and at the middle “horizon” line. The artist is interested in creating abstract landscapes with planes of color depicting earth and sky, east to west or foreground and background. Two of the titles for this idea are Ezero which means lake and Preselba which means migration. These titles play into the idea of depicting a landscape. But really a landscape can be anything, including or not including a lake or depiction of a migration.