Robinson's photography impresses me because he was one of the first people to use an early example of photomontage for his artwork. I like this piece because the theme uses flowers, but you don't really see the live flowers, you just see the stems, but the closer you look at the art you realize that there are flowers, but they're a bit small, thus they just look like stems. I think this gives the piece a whole new meaning. At first the piece was a little depressing without the flowers, and now that you know that there are flowers, it adds a little bit of life to it. The women do have serious faces, but it just has to do with the work. In my eyes, this was a great example of what I'm trying to prove. Without the flowers, is just gloomy, but once you realize that there are flowers, it adds some life, and maybe a little bit of color.