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Haley Skiera, Staff reporter

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“No one really inspired the piece I just really like lighting, I really like theater lighting for this piece I just used lights I found at my house. I didn’t really use a color scheme but the backgrounds are all the same. It was for a concentration piece so there is pink goldish colors. It symbolizes my love for lights. To actually take the photos it didn't take long at all it took a couple hours, maybe like five hours, for a photographer it’s not long,”said junior Schuyler Poss

RB art students share the secrets of their art pieces. They explain what or who inspired the piece, if they used a certain color or color scheme, if the piece symbolizes anything, and how long it took to make the piece.

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