About the author
In his works, the artist combines subtly graduated colour blocks with line prints. The two almost always meet in expressive colour contrast, but their arrangement is constructive and logical. According to the artist himself: "I am looking for a rhythm, which I compose from complex regular lines and black segments. Because our life is a repetition of everything. Breathing and heartbeats, successive seasons, sunsets and sunrises, high and low tides..."
Speaking of rhythm, note the titles of the works - how many sonatas there are. It's like a hint to the viewer that when looking at the paintings, we should not limit ourselves to our eyesight, that we should try to hear these rhythms. The link with music in art is very eloquent, as if it gives the work another dimension, but at the same time it is completely abstract. Kandinsky also drew a parallel between painting and music when he said that music is the purest form of artistic expression, and that abstraction is the closest thing to abstraction in visual art. M. K. Čiurlionis also felt the kinship between art and music very well. Observe how the colours repeat, which ones contrast and which ones flow from each other, how they are arranged, what happens to the lines - this will help you to feel the rhythm of which the author speaks.
So, listen, let your thoughts flow and you will feel the true beauty.
Lithuanian Artists’ Association Member
This artist was acknowledged by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Lithuania