Quilting Club is a 32" x 48" acrylic painting by Grant Leier. A combination of vivid colours and intricate patterns. It features sparrows dancing across the canvas, with their feathers adorned with rich hues and intricate patterns that intertwine with bold geometric shapes and vibrant flora. The painting has a golden vase at its center, with ornate fish swimming amongst blue floral accents. Above, white magnolia blooms offer a restful counterpoint to the lively assembly of pigments. Every detail is a testament to Leier's meticulous process, with animated ink-drawn outlines beneath layers of vivid liquid acrylics that create an illusion of depth while intentionally keeping the composition flat, like a quilt lying atop a bed. The piece is enclosed in a hand-gold-leafed frame, enriching the artwork's storytelling by showcasing the artist's skill in combining diverse visual elements in a cohesive and attractive design.
Dimensions and Details
Size: 32" x 48"
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
Display: The framed dimensions are 34" x 50"
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