Class of 74, Three Hills is a 48" x 32" acrylic painting by Grant Leier created on canvas. Grant employs negative space to enhance the liveliness of the birds and decorated objects in it. A colourful and patterned symphony is created, where the birds are adorned with a mosaic of gold, Pyrrole Red, and Cerulean Blue feathers. The deep, velvety negative spaces surrounding them accentuate their presence. The birds are seen interacting with an array of ornate tassels and blooms, each detail meticulously created with droplets of acrylic, layered to perfection, reminiscent of glass beads. The artwork's composition, with its dynamic use of space and colour, invites viewers to explore the interplay between the figures and the void. The painting is enclosed in a hand-gold-leafed frame, a testament to the artist's intention to create decorative art that captures the beauty of the natural world and the joy of colour. This piece beckons viewers to come closer, not only to observe but to partake in the delightful dance of patterns and hues.
Dimensions and Details
Size: 48" x 32"
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
Display: The framed dimensions are 50" x 34"
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