The artist states, “Every August, the world is gifted a brief visit by the sunflower. Golden yellows dance against minty sage greens as if in celebration saying, "Summer, linger a little longer." They turn towards the sun, reminding us to do the same—our gaze directed onto the Creator of life itself. They spread pure joy wherever they go, whether against a barn or cottage backdrop, in an open field, or standing tall alone. Historical artists have studied the sunflower and marveled at its beauty through the years, and I'm grateful for the opportunity to wield another brush delighting in their existence."