You know, that’s a good question.
“If you love the Creation, don’t you love the Creator”?
Plenty of people love to look at the beauty of a sunrise, for example, or even the beauty of their spouse or their child. . .but while they might have some nebulous idea of ‘yes, God created this" that often gets confused with, "but X created this.’ You reference Mozart, you might even think that God worked ‘through’ Mozart, but when you listen to Mozart, you’re usually admiring the man and his talent. At best God is some kind of nebulous ‘thing’ far off that might be remembered once in a while in a cursory kind of way. When it comes to your child, you usually credit your spouse and your self for ‘creating’ this child about 1 million times more than you might think of God, especially if you aren’t particularly religious.
And what about the nonChristian and even nonreligious? They look at the same sun, hear the same Mozart, see the same loved ones, and don’t think of God at all. They ‘love the creation’ but don’t have a thought for the Creator. . .