About the author
The hyperrealist Saulius Leviška's works convey his search for answers to the great mysteries of the world.
These searches are manifested in two ways on his canvases: in portraits, where the heads of the women depicted are surrounded by elaborate labyrinths like thoughts, invisible layers of the subconscious; and in abstract compositions, reminiscent of an image through a microscope. Both explore questions of human being, the creation of the world, the beginning of the beginning. But there is a key point here - nowhere does the viewer get a direct answer, thus suggesting that the real truth, the real answers, transcend human perception.
As you may have noticed, most of the paintings are untitled, only with ciphers. It is very important to the artist that the viewer has as much freedom of interpretation as possible, which is why he deliberately does not give his works titles - he says that they limit the imagination. So don't limit yourself, fantasize and enjoy!