About the author
Inga Mrazauskaitė is a master of reconciling contradictions. She is guided by the statement that the process is more important than the result, but she chooses a surrealistic style of painting, which requires not only excellent knowledge of technique, but also meticulous work. Inga's painting style is minimalist, but she delves into her Baltic roots, which is why Baltic relics come through in her canvases. It's incredible how everything fits together and doesn't interfere with each other.
The artist's latest works are dedicated to the state of sleep, through which she questions which reality is more real, more important, the one we experience when we are awake, or the one we dream about. The broken red thread here symbolises the threshold between two worlds, the conscious and the unconscious, between the known and the unknown, while the Baltic relics represent the link between the past and the present.
Inga Noir Mrazauskė shares her unique view of a world in which value is not only what gives aesthetic satisfaction. The artist seeks to engage the viewer in a deeper dialogue with the symbolic visions reflected in the artworks. "The most important thing is for the individual to be able to find the sacred things that are obvious yet almost forgotten - reality is not something you can touch, it's more about what you can feel".
Lithuanian Artists’ Association Member