Light. Part I
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1cm = 14,5cm
Acrylic on canvas
Width: 100 cm
Emilija Šileikaitė (2001)is art creator, conservator and restorer. She started practicing and sharing his paintings in 2016. Since then, he has organized personal and group exhibitions, gathered a group of private art collectors in Lithuania and the foreign market and developed her personal style, which is expressed through the prism of surrealism. In the paintings, it is not uncommon to see animals depicted in which human emotions can be felt, and the whole basis of the picture is often minimal, talking about nature without directly showing it. In her works, the author often tries to convey the emotions and misunderstandings of modern and old world women. Also, the painter is engaged in art conservation and restoration in Lithuania and abroad. She restored lamps, furniture, paintings, gilding, contributed to the restoration of a 16th century wall sculpture in one of Lisbon's museums.