Technique: Oil on canvas
Dimensions: 129x110 cm

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The painting presents a vibrant cluster of sunflowers, each at different stages of blooming and wilting, set against a softly blended blue and turquoise background. The details in the petals range from bright golden yellows to deep oranges, mimicking the natural gradation seen in sunflower blooms. The centers of the flowers are richly textured in browns and blacks, suggesting the densely packed seeds. Some flowers are in full bloom, wide and welcoming, while others droop, their petals withered and browned, curling inward. Green leaves peek out from between the flowers, some robust and glossy, others shriveled and fading. The composition captures a dynamic sense of growth and decay, symbolizing the cycle of life and nature's inherent beauty at every stage.


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I've always had a dream to paint and draw for as long as I can remember. But because of lack of confidence, lack of time, I had this dream so deeply buried in my subconscious that for many years it was even forgotten. I was more concerned about my studies, my family, my children, my work, my home life.

Although I never picked up a paintbrush, I was always "near art". It was the way of life that almost all the women in my family and relatives were always doing something beautiful - weaving, knitting, sewing - alongside their everyday work. They were professional folk artists. That's why I am also familiar with all these handicrafts. I grew up among mountains of yarns, patterns, looms, dyes and colours. That was my daily routine. 

I started painting recently, and it was a really timid start. To gain more confidence and to avoid reinventing the wheel, the first thing I decided to do was to study at the Kaunas A. Martinitis Art School. It took me four years to complete my initial studies. The years spent among famous artists of Lithuania proved to me that not only can I paint, but also that this occupation gives me happiness and endless pleasure, that painting is not a fleeting fascination.

After graduating from art school, I continue to explore the subtleties of painting, trying to find out the secrets of art at the VDA KF. I take part in plein-air exhibitions.

In my paintings you can see what surrounds me, what I live by, what makes me happy.

I find painting in nature the most enjoyable. Only here I can see the subtlety of natural colours, unexpected colour combinations.