Follow this link to vote for Kazumi Tanaka (CRF 2014)’s high line art installation proposal, Sunflower – Himawari. It is a 16 foot-tall bronze sunflower rendered with a grayscale patina and a black horsehair center. The work is inspired by two elements of a moment in the artist’s life when she moved to NYC: two sunflower andirons designed by Thomas Jeckyll that she was restoring while reading Oliver Sacks’ book The Case of the Colorblind Painter.