My What a Handsome Son is an 18" x 18" acrylic painting by Grant Leier created on canvas. Grant Leier created a beautiful display representing the natural world in a multicoloured tapestry of vibrant hues and ornate patterns. The composition focuses on three birds, each full of character and colour. Two birds are depicted in conversation above, while the third is the day's topic. Leier's use of liquid acrylics is particularly noteworthy, as their high pigment concentration and fluidity allow for bold, solid blocks of colour that define his subjects and delicate glazes that create shimmering transitions and effects. He uses a variety of brushwork, from broad and confident strokes that shape the birds and flora to soft and detailed lines that articulate feathers, leaves, and intricate patterns that adorn each element.
Dimensions and Details
Size: 18" x 18"
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
Display: The framed dimensions are 20" x 20"
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