After a short absence to explore other subjects, Chase returns to the sunflower series that he began in kindergarten. The artist's style has matured nicely since the previous installment in the series. His palette, subdued since the days of "Dancing Giraffe", is reminiscent of Chagall's stained glass. The juxtaposition of the potted sunflower and the blue sky inspires contemplation of true freedom. A lovely piece, Chase! We can't wait to what you'll do next. -- Uncle Tim
Revealing the influence of a certain auricularly deficient Dutch master, this piece by Carter radiates with the very sunflowerness of the sunflower. It envelopes the eye with the bold declaration, "I am a sunflower!" An excellent example of the artist presenting us with the world through his eyes. -- Uncle Tim
A lone sunflower against a field of gray, this piece captures the harvest transition from the bright greens of summer through the yellow of autumn. Its piquant simplicity and contrasting hues make this a fine piece for the perspicacious collector. Well done, young Jason! -- Uncle Tim
Hi Margaret, What a colorful picture! The sunflowers look just like the ones Monty and I see on our walk in the mornings. You are a budding artist- great job! We love you. Keep up the good work. -- Grandma and Grandpa H.