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Technique: Acrylic on canvas
Dimensions: 25x30 cm
€230.00
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A woman sits on a stone ledge overlooking the sea, clutching a dark umbrella. Her white dress flutters slightly in the breeze, and her hair whips around her face, obscuring it. In the background, calm blue waters stretch to the horizon where it meets a clear sky. Near the shore, a single white sailboat glides gently across the water. The ledge is lined with lush greenery and bright pink flowers, adding vibrant colors to the tranquil seascape. The scene captures a moment of serene, reflective solitude.

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Artist

Believe it or not, I can actually draw. (Jean Michel Basquiat)

My love affair with drawing began in childhood. First came the mighty pencil - my children's comics received an abundance of attention when they were published in a newspaper. Consequently for which, I received my first prize when I was a mere twelve year old. It is only later that I started to discover the wonderful world of colours and the myriad of its possibilities. I am cordially grateful to my artist parents to whom I am indebted for their shared knowledge of this area. For me, art is a self - expression which helps to convey my thoughts and desires to others. My constant aim is creation of paintings which create jubilation and not melancholy. Mostly, I use acrylics but never pass an opportunity to try new techniques - therefore I enjoy experimenting. Already, my paintings have found their new homes in various corners of the world. Am appreciative that I have an opportunity to continue my work in addition to amelioration. I live in Europe - in Lithuania, which also has prolific talents. I work in artistic area and try to keep updated with art news I endeavour to offer such works which would reflect the competitive and sought - after profiles. I wish for my paintings to achieve their purpose - to gratify the viewer, bestow upon him a cluster of pleasant emotions. As a (professional) historian, I know that in life, which is so dynamic, what remains is real - the humanity, the kindness, the friendliness.