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Topic - Jennifer Marsh
"I wanted to startle people so they would stop and think about it [oil] ... and be inspired to make up their own opinions about the situation and how it has affected their community," she said.
"I really tried to find a good balance of art and politics. I don't want it to be just a political statement. And I don't want it to just be a sculpture," said Miss Marsh, 27, who is finishing her master's degree in fine arts at nearby Syracuse University.