Time to Call It a Day is an 18" x 18" acrylic painting by Grant Leier, vividly presenting a visual dichotomy, Leier style, splitting the canvas through a meandering vine in burnt sienna and cadmium orange. Spiraling vines add an organic, whimsical touch to the composition with their fluid spirals, bridging the two contrasting sides. One half is energized with cadmium yellow and ultramarine blue, the other tranquil with deep violet and Prussian blue. The sparrows, a vivid display of golden yellow, olive green, and vermilion, with touches of azure, cobalt blue, and lemon yellow, accented by coral pink highlights, all seamlessly transitioning under the meticulous application of liquid acrylics. Grant has left the visual narrative open to interpretation, allowing you to explore the boundary between the two worlds. "Are you ready to complete the story? Begin today before someone else does.
Dimensions and Details
Size: 18" x 18"
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
Display: The framed dimensions are 20" x 20"
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