Springtime in Nanaimo is a 12" x 12" acrylic painting by Grant Leier created on canvas. Two sparrows, one with song and the other in contemplation. Each is detailed with a meticulous layering of liquid acrylics over top of ink drawings. The colourful Cassanova above, a burst of yellow hues from pastel to sunflower, sings a vibrant ode to the beginning of a new season. Below, a sparrow listening intently is painted in a spectrum of blues and oranges, evoking the serene skies of dawn and dusk. The birds are set against a backdrop that features the signature use of intricate patterns and rich negative space. This draws the eye into a leisurely exploration of the painting's hidden intricacies. The hand-gold-leafed frame, crafted by Leier, complements the work not merely as a boundary but as an extension of the art itself, augmenting the opulent and celebratory feel of the piece. It is a testament to Leier's ability to weave colour, texture, and form into a cohesive story that beckons the viewer to delve into the triumphant spirit of the season.
Dimensions and Details
Size: 12" x 12"
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
Display: The framed dimensions are 14" x 14"
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