Local artist Adrienne Anbinder presented her artwork entitled Sunflowers, to the Chatt Hills city council at the March meeting. City Council Representative Alan Merrill read Adrienne's letter to the city:
Adrienne wrote, "This dedication of my photograph on glass, Sunflowers, is my love letter to the city of Chatt Hills. I was born and raised in New York; a city bustling with life and possibilities. Yet, it wasn’t until I moved to our little town that I fully realized my creative potential.
Perhaps it’s the cows that never fail to inspire me as I drive down Hutcheson Ferry Road, or the abundant trees that line our small town. Or the fresh country air. Or the friendly faces I’ve come to know and love.
Or, it could be the beautiful, abundant sunflowers that invariably lean towards the sun, letting the shadows fall behind.
The symbolic meaning of the sunflower is loyalty, strength, and adoration. I believe that definition is quite meaningful. Especially, since these are the very qualities that living in Chattahoochee Hills brings out in me.
Please enjoy this gift, and let us all be like these wonderfully bold sunflowers - and always lean towards the sun."
Adrienne is a member of the Chatt Hills Artist Co-op. For more information, visit her website:
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