Corrective Acid

Technique: Lithography
Dimensions: 45x35 cm
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The painting presents an abstract and gritty texture, predominantly in a monochrome palette. At the focal center lies what appears to be a dark, elongated form, reminiscent of a distorted, organic shape or a shadowy figure. This central form sharply contrasts against the lighter, yet still muted, background filled with ambiguous industrial or mechanical elements. These background features look somewhat like fragmented machinery or circuitry, imbued with a sense of decay or corrosion. The image conveys a haunting, almost post-apocalyptic atmosphere, wrapped in a sense of isolation or chemical alteration. The edges of the work are rough, accentuating an overall feeling of erosion or wear, enhancing the artwork's raw, tactile quality.


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Eitvydas was born in April 2002 in Kaunas, where he grew up, graduated from high school and began to associate his future with the field of fine arts. He improves his artistic knowledge at the Vilnius Academy of Arts (VDA) in his bachelor's studies in graphics.

The artist is not afraid to use cold and dark colours to create an original and authentic work of art. His work reveals an unfamiliar and frightening subconscious world, where familiar figures take on unfamiliar shapes. The aim is to reveal the inner states of the depicted objects. The artist believes that the secret of quality art work is self-restraint and not being bound by standards.

Eitvydas participates in various drawing competitions.

Republican drawing competition "Design for the future: sun wind and water 2019" took II place. The work was exhibited in the country's cultural and educational institutions.

Republican drawing competition "Unrealized cities of dreams" in 2020.

Prof. A. Žmuidzinavičius drawing olympiad in 2020.

Zabolis Art Prize 2022 participation in the competition, the work was exhibited in the VDA Old Hall.

He has been a part of Kaunas Antanas Martinaitis Art School for a short period of time.

2 years of experience in Vilnius Academy of Arts preparatory courses (drawing, architecture).

Artist Book Competition 2024 The work is exhibited in Spain, in the city of Granada.

Installation in Kaunas Central Post Office in 2023. Exhibition organized by "KTU Design Days".

Graphics Triennial in Krakow 2024. The installation is installed in Krakow.