A Man With A Track Suit
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The painting is part of the Art for Collectors collection of selected works.
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Characters from the fairy-tales we heard when we were little, imaginary childhood friends, pets we once wanted to have, and people we haven't seen in years - they are all there, in Gražvyda's paintings, looking at us. Their looks beg to take them home and bring them to life with the power of our fantasy.
These works are incredibly sensitive, every detail is thought-out and important, every line - expressive.
The artist keeps working with inexhaustible fantasy which makes all her works unique.
Lithuanian Artists’ Association Member
This artist was acknowledged by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Lithuania