Being in the light with tea
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Oil on canvas
Width: 120 cm
Ramūnas Naumavičius' workshop has an artistic atmosphere as soon as you stop at the door, which is decorated in the Eastern style - the artist is convinced that he should not only live beautifully himself, but also make others happy. It is impossible not to be infected by the positivity of this man - Ramūnas is convinced that life should be guided by the basic laws of the universe - goodness, truth and patience.
The artist tells us that his ambition when painting a picture is to spread goodness, good mood and positivity. He takes a philosophical approach to art. According to Ramūnas, true art is to make a person good, to make the negative positive and the black white. You will be surprised to hear that there are no angels in Ramūnas' paintings. The winged creatures in his paintings are good people who do good without expecting anything back. In his latest paintings, the artist explores the theme of light as a universal good that permeates ourselves and everything around us. These paintings are mysterious, showing silhouettes of nature emerging from the fog and rays of light piercing the mist.
The artist has a strong interest in Eastern philosophy, and his paintings are created in deep peace and meditation.