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You're either generating more objects (and faster) than the GC can clean up and manage, or you're keeping a reference to those objects somewhere. Is there a custom paint-handler somewhere in the application?

Put the mouse on a suspicious class, and hit Shift-F12. That should give you a list of all the places where the class is being used.

Another quick and dirty way would be to implement IDisposable, and have the class log a line whenever an object is created (in the constructor) and when it is disposed of.

The best way would be to use a (commercial) memory-profiler. You'll get a nice graphic showing what's been allocated at what point. Microsoft also provides a tool of course, with their "howto" here[^].
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