Migrants

Technique: Oil and acrylic on canvas
Dimensions: 100x120 cm
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The painting depicts a row of electric scooters, each painted in shades of blue and green, appearing against a backdrop of vivid blue sky mingled with soft, billowing clouds. The scooters are aligned in a straight, orderly formation, suggesting a sense of organization and direction. The clouds at some points merge with what appears to be a merging of another dimension or a reflective surface, introducing a subtle surreal element to the scene. This could be interpreted as a metaphor for transition or a journey into the unknown, resonating with the title "Migrants." The inclusion of modern mobility devices like scooters in such a serene, expansive setting could symbolize the movement and migration in contemporary contexts, blending the familiar with the concept of journey and change.

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Tomas Stanaitis's work is constantly changing, but recently, as he spends a lot of time in nature, observing its rhythms, nature's motifs have moved to his canvases. The easily recognisable Lithuanian landscapes are dominated by a natural, earthy palette, occasionally spiced up with very bright green or blue areas. The motifs chosen by the artist are seemingly unremarkable, they are not famous, well-known places, but they characteristically reflect the gently undulating, calm, subdued nature of our landscapes. The artist breaks it down into patches of colour, light and shadow, and assembles it in light, fluid brushstrokes into an intuitively recognisable archetype, rooted in ourselves.

Tomas Stanaitis born in 1985 m. on 27th of May in Kaunas, Lithuania.

He used to attend Kaunas Vaižgantas secondary school (currently known as KTU Vaižgantas pro gymnasium) where he completed advanced Art classes.

In 2014 — 2018 m. he studied painting at Kaunas faculty of Vilnius Academy of Arts, bachelor degree. During his study years he participated in group exhibitions, such as international “Youthful Painting of Kaunas and Riga 2018”.

In 2019 m., he was a finalist in an international A. Švėgžda drawing contest. In the same year, he held his first personal painting exhibition “Reflection”.

Followed by his second personal painting exhibition “Presence of the city” in 2020 m. (TEMPO erdvė). Later it became a painting and exhibition cycle presented at 2021 m. – Kaunas city museum, Folk music branch and Kaunas cultural center. 

In 2020 m. he became a member of an Lithuanian Artists’ Association. Currently Tomas Stanaitis working in oil painting, watercolor, drawing fields.

Lithuanian Artists’ Association Member

Lithuanian Artists’ Association Member