Generation Gap is a 16" x 20" acrylic painting by Grant Leier. Leier's careful use of colours both complements and reflects one another. The first sparrow is adorned with a stunning display of pyrrole red that stands out against the deep eggplant purples and fresh sage greens. The second, sitting below is decorated with splashes of sunflower yellow and hints of lavender, creating a beautiful harmony with the first sparrow. While the sparrows might seem the centrepiece with their striking hues and ornate details, the background holds Leier's devoted attention first. This is where the story begins, with patterns and colours that weave through the entire piece, binding the sparrows intimately to their surroundings. A closer look reveals how the backdrop doesn't just frame but flows into the very essence of the birds, unifying them with their environment. It's a testament to Leier's approach: the background is not just a stage but a character, integral to the narrative of the sparrows' vibrant existence.
Dimensions and Details
Size: 16" x 20"
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
Display: The framed dimensions are 18" x 22"
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