Keep It To Yourself

Technique: Acrylic on canvas
Dimensions: 120x100 cm
Year of creation: 2024

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The painting presents a striking and fantastical scene, populated by three distinct figures, each rendered in vibrant colors and bearing unique, otherworldly features. The central character, painted in a vivid red hue, possesses demonic attributes, including pointed horns and a pair of expansive, dark red wings. This figure's expression is one of open-mouthed exclamation or command, suggesting a narrative of influence or power.Positioned beneath the red figure is another character, colored in a deep blue. This character's gaze is directed upward, bearing a serene, almost devotional expression. Unlike the red figure, the blue character seems calm and submissive, interacting gently with the red figure by holding its leg.Both figures are engaged with a third character, more diminutive and also painted in red. This smaller figure seems to be in motion, its form partially enveloped by the hands of the other two. Noteworthy details such as the golden elements—like a necklace on the red figure and a sort of adornment on the blue one—add a touch of opulence and perhaps symbolic meaning to the scene.The background of the painting is a muted green, non-descriptive and serving merely as a backdrop that accentuates the vividness of the characters. The overall atmosphere of the painting is one of intense emotion and dynamic interplay, suggesting themes of control, submission, and perhaps otherworldly communication or ritual.


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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.