The First Notes of Frost
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Areta Didžionienė's paintings are different from others of full formed distinctive coloring, mastered sfumato technique, which intersects with strokes, which reminds impressionist painting manner. Paintings smell of lyricism, in which often dominate subtle mystic figures. The author in her works does not come as a starting point - like this erases reflections of banal pragmatism and remains meditative story, which brings viewer to a distant and philosophically nostalgic fantasy world. Paintings are not informative, and hazy grayscale colors sooth and grant comfortable atmosphere. Perhaps viewer often would accept painting to his space, to expand it and open door to subtle and harmonious world of colors.