Mount Alvernia High School, Newton, Massachusetts
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Briana   Keeley

"As we want their beauty to always be there"

Impressionist artists focused mainly on light, color, time, and landscape. After studying Claude Monet’s works such as Waterlilies and Haystacks, I decided to create my own series of paintings. My paintings show four flowers at different angles, instead of different times of day. Symbolically, the four flowers represent my sisters and me – through time, we have grown together. Monet was not afraid to take on challenges, much like myself. I discovered that I can push myself to do whatever I want, and I cannot let obstacles get in the way of my imagination. I am proud to have been able to capture the life of these flowers.

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