Quiet Evening in Red Water is a 32" x 48" acrylic painting by Grant Leier created on canvas. The painting features mischievous sparrows with ornate gold, Pyrrole Red, and Cerulean Blue feathers. They appear to be attending a secretive meeting amidst magnolia blossoms and lush foliage. Two decorative vases stand silently as sentinels watching over the gathering, one with Prussian Blue shading and delicate white flowers and the other with Viridian Green and Golden Yellow details. The main focus of Leier's composition is the setting, which is meant to resonate within the bodies of the birds. The carefully painted patterns and forms establish a visual and thematic connection to the subjects. This meticulous process ensures that the foreground and background are intrinsically linked through colour, pattern, and form. The background is a tapestry of geometric abstraction, with liquid acrylic washes of magenta covering a primed canvas of Cerulean Blue. It creates a nocturnal atmosphere for the secretive meeting. The artwork is framed with hand-applied gold leaf, which showcases Leier's dedication to creating art that serves as a decorative oasis, inviting viewers to unwind in the tranquil beauty of his art."
Dimensions and Details
Size: 32" x 48"
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
Display: The framed dimensions are 32" x 50"
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