Hiding in Plain Sight is a 12" x 12" acrylic painting by Grant Leier created on canvas. An intimate stage for a single sparrow's vibrant display. The bird, a tapestry of bold patterns and colours, is nestled amidst swirling blues and hints of red, almost concealed by the artistry around it. Its feathers are detailed with an array of dots and lines in colours such as Pyrrole Red, complemented by touches of Cadmium Yellow and Ultramarine Blue, which create a striking contrast with the subdued background swirls. The meticulous layering of colours and patterns showcases Leier's patience in letting each hue dry before applying the next, transforming simple acrylics into a visual feast of textures. The surrounding environment plays with negative space, allowing the bird to stand out as if it's playing a coy game of camouflage. This artwork, framed in a hand-gold-leafed frame, captures the essence of the rare sparrow and invites viewers to seek out the beauty in the details, both seen and unseen.
Dimensions and Details
Size: 12" x 12"
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
Display: The framed dimensions are 14" x 14"
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