Carnival in Campbell River is a 10" x 20" acrylic painting by Grant Leier created on canvas. The canvas is surrounded by a hand-gilded frame that can barely contain the bombastic composition of Grant's imagination. The background of the canvas is filled with deep forest greens and midnight blues, creating a beautiful tapestry that reminds one of an enchanting evening affair. The golden yellow accents add to the elegant charm, resembling the soft glow of lanterns against a nocturnal palette. The splashes of vibrant orange reflect the liveliness of twilight festivities. Leier's selection of colours is a demonstration of his skill in creating decorative pieces that are beautiful and designed to enhance the aesthetic appeal of a home. The layered depth of the background provides a luxurious contrast to the detailed subjects, allowing the richness of the carnival theme to shine through. The painting embodies Leier's dedication to creating art that is technically accomplished and visually stunning.
Dimensions and Details
Size: 10" x 20"
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
Display: The framed dimensions are 12" x 22"
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