Blueberry Season in Spirit River is a 32" x 48" acrylic painting by Grant Leier and is a captivating display of Grant Leier's intricate artistry. The painting depicts a group of birds, each showcasing a unique pattern of feathers in various colours, including crimson, orange, and cerulean blue. Leier primary focus on the setting is an essential part of the composition and is meant to echo within the bodies of the birds. Carefully painted patterns and forms establish a visual and thematic connection to the subjects. The birds are positioned against a striking emerald green vase adorned with delicate white blossoms. The foliage surrounding the birds springs from a pot painted in earthy reds and oranges. A navy backdrop with playful blueberries and blooms adds to the painting's contrast. This meticulous process ensures that the foreground and background are intrinsically linked through colour, pattern, and form. Grant adds the final touches to his vision of aesthetic beauty by assembling and gold-leafing the frame.
Dimensions and Details
Size: 32" x 48"
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
Display: The framed dimensions are 34" x 50"
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