Bamboo shoots and shadows flourish amid strongly colored shapes in “Dancing in the Wind.” To find the balance between art and nature, abstractionist Don Li-Leger combines familiar forms with notes of the unexpected. The result is a blend of shape, color and visual texture that draws the eye and transforms a room. Pairs beautifully with “Spring Chorus.”
For three decades, acclaimed Canadian artist Don Li-Leger has woven ethereal tales of color, light and texture in a trademark style known as “Asian Fusion.” Influenced by Asian art and Eastern philosophy, Li-Leger richly layers his work with calligraphy, geometric elements and natural forms. Educated in plant ecology, Li-Leger painted British Columbia’s birds and animals until trips to the Orient and North American wildlife sanctuaries reshaped his artistic focus. Inspired by the flowers in his own garden, Li-Leger depicts the profound connection between nature and art.