Fly...?

Technique: Mixed technique on cardboard
Dimensions: 40x30 cm
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The painting features a whimsical figure, appearing both human and bird-like, with a small head, elongated limbs, and pronounced bird wings emanating from its shoulders. This character grasps a large brown suitcase, the only other prominent object in the artwork, using one hand while its body extends horizontally across the canvas. The figure's garment, resembling a long, flowing coat or robe, adds to the impression of movement or flight. All of this is set against a solid, bright turquoise background that starkly contrasts with the muted tones of the figure and the suitcase. The framing of the piece within a wooden frame enhances its traditional, yet quirky artistic appeal.

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Rolana Čečkauskaitė says that when she paints, it is like she is making a movie - she invents characters, their adventures, actions and conversations, and the axis of these " movies " has been the relationship between a man and a woman, between a couple, for many years. The theme is topical and inexhaustible. 

In fact, Rolana's works are like film stills - her characters are so expressive, characterful and vivid, and it seems that you can already tell a lot about them just by looking at them. Mostly they are captured in everyday moments, enjoying small joys, which, as the author herself says, is what life is made of. On the other hand, the artist loves to surprise, so when we wait for a new shipment of paintings, we always wonder what her characters will do this time. Will they be flying in the sky? Will they dance and play? Will they ride horses? It may sound a bit sweet, but here Rolana Čečkauskaitė's art is always saved by a healthy dose of irony and laughter. 

R. Čečkauskaitė's paintings are always recognisable from the combination of whirlwind colours, patterns and stylised figures, which create a very stylish, aesthetic image. Her paintings are never cluttered: there are usually one or two figures, few details, but the ones that do exist are always meaningful. What we like most about Rolana's paintings is that the stylised characters are often universal, we can recognise ourselves in them, and that they always convey a good emotion - she believes that a painting that hangs in the house should brighten the mood, make us happy.

Rolana Čečkauskaitė is widely known not only as a painter, but also as a ceramist. Born in Šiauliai, she studied at the M. K. Čiurlionis Art School and graduated from the Vilnius Academy of Arts. A member of the Artists' Union, the artist has held over 65 solo exhibitions and more than 200 group exhibitions in Lithuania and abroad. 

The artist has been awarded a Letter of Gratitude by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Lithuania, and has been granted the status of Artist by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Lithuania.

Lithuanian Artists’ Association Member

Lithuanian Artists’ Association Member

This artist was acknowledged by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Lithuania

This artist was acknowledged by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Lithuania