Seaside Pebbles

Technique: Oil on canvas
Dimensions: 78x78 cm
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In the painting, a stack of oversized, colorful pebbles stands precariously balanced in a seascape. These smooth stones, tinted in earthy hues of pink, purple, and brown, seem almost translucent, like gems washed by the sea. Atop this pillar of pebbles, a quaint house with a red, pointed roof nestles under a solitary, leafless tree. This tree vigorously sprouts a whimsical array of balloons in rich, glossy shades of blue, mauve, orange, and more, infusing the scene with a surreal, celebratory air. The background melds a tumultuous sky with the swirling sea, blushing with the same pastel palette. Reflected on the water's surface, these elements together evoke a dreamlike vision that blurs the boundaries between fantasy and reality.

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Alvydas Venslauskas is a painter who has set himself the strict goal of creating beauty, which is why you'll mostly see women and flowers in his work - the artist says he can't think of anything more beautiful. His aim is to create a painting that will make your home feel cosy and help you relax when you get home after work. 

In fact, the relationship between man and nature is almost the most important theme in his work. Although the artist's creativity is seemingly infinite, this theme recurs in almost every painting, only in a different way thanks to the artist's inventiveness. Sometimes it is fantastical landscapes with fanciful trees, houses floating in the air or floating down rivers, and sometimes it is women picking fruit or berries like the joy of life itself. 

The artist is constantly travelling to different parts of the world in search of inspiration. His works are always full of bright, warm colours that perfectly convey good emotions, and his brushstrokes are quick and expressive; the artist says that he does not want to play with details, but rather with the overall image and impression. Interestingly, although Alvydas has his favourite authors whom he admires, he tries not to look at their works too often, so as not to unwittingly copy them - the most important thing for an artist is to preserve his own identity.

His works have been bought by many people not only from Lithuania, but also from all over the world - many from the USA, Russia and Australia.

Since 1985 he has been exhibiting in Kaunas, Vilnius, Palanga, as well as in private galleries in Germany, France, USA, Russia.