While not as bright as its yellow counterparts, this sepia-toned sunflower is every bit as vivid. The absence of color allows the fine crosshatched shading of the petals to show through, presenting more texture than could be achieved by paints alone. Overall, the dusty tones of the purple matte background and the parched earth cracks of the wood itself tell the tale of a blossom that followed the sun out into the desert and found there a beauty surpassing the farm fields of home.
- ~4.5" round birch slice
- Not sealed.
- Sawtooth hanger installed on the back for quick hanging.
- Do not place in direct sunlight, as this causes the woodburning to fade.