Energy in motion, the magnificent herd of white horses of the Camargue inspire beauty and loveliness. The artist named this painting Water Lilies I, a nod to Claude Monet's water lily paintings at Givenchy. Like the water lily, the Camargue horses are one with water, they belong on its banks or frolicking about. The artist, enamored by the energy as they galloped and splashed towards her felt their gentle spirits and captured it here in Water Lilies I. Water Lilies II is a the second half of the diptych.