Furrow

Technique: Acrylic on canvas
Dimensions: 30x30 cm
Year of creation: 2024
€374.00
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The painting displays a tranquil and somewhat minimalist landscape, distinguished by its horizontally aligned composition. At the upper part, there is a broad, textured band of muted browns and taupe shades that suggest a vast expanse of perhaps a field or open land under an overcast sky. Right below this, a striking sliver of vibrant blue cuts across the canvas, evoking a distant water body or maybe the horizon itself. The lower portion of the artwork is dominated by a white expanse that blends into the center, where an irregular, almost trench-like pattern swathed in shades of blue, gray, and white, meanders vertically downwards. This feature could be interpreted as a furrow in a snow-covered field, giving the painting its name and pulling the observer's eye through the textured landscapes it quietly delineates. The use of subtle color gradations and textured brushwork adds a serene and contemplative mood to the scene.

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If the work of Živilė Rudzikaitė - Matuzonienė had to be described in one word, it would be PEACE. Peace not in the sense that everything is broken, but peace as assurance, as complete trust in one's inner voice, which comes from a strong relationship with oneself and the surrounding environment. This is evidenced by bold, solid color spots, clear, strong outlines of the drawing and very sparingly, moderately used details. There are hardly any of them, but each one is important and significant.

The author herself says that she doesn't want to limit herself to one style or theme. Every cycle of her work is like a rebirth, looking for ever new angles, new ways to express inner experiences. Nevertheless, you will soon notice that the most common themes of his work are nature, its natural transformations, and man's relationship with it. The artist herself lives surrounded by nature, so there is no need to look far for inspiration. In the constant cycle of nature, she discovers the most diverse moods and experiences.

The strength of the author's paintings is their universality. They record states, transformations that do not change throughout the ages and are recognizable to everyone. Natural landscapes here turn into landscapes of the soul, through which the gaze can wander without getting tired and constantly looking for new interpretations.

In addition to painting, the artist spent a long time studying. She has a bachelor's degree in philosophy from VU (Vilnius University), and a bachelor's and master's degree in fine arts from VDA (Vilnius Art Academy).