Bloody Moon

Technique: Oil on canvas
Dimensions: 130x190 cm
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The painting features an abstract and vividly colored scene with several figures and celestial elements. On the left, there's a figure silhouetted against a large, red, circular shape resembling the moon. This figure is outlined in black and stands with what seems like a thoughtful or contemplative posture, facing towards the center of the canvas.In the middle, another figure appears more skeletal or ghostly, rendered in blues and blacks with hints of white, suggesting either a state of decay or a spectral presence. This figure is interacting with strange, floating spherical objects that could be symbolic or metaphysical in nature.To the right, there’s a more detailed and brightly lit female figure with distinctive long, blonde hair and a blue dress. She extends her hands towards the central figure, engaging directly with the eerie spheres. Her expression is focused and intense, adding to the mysticism of the scene.Behind these figures, the background is a dynamic mix of dark and warm colors—blues, blacks, greens, and reds—that merge to create a sense of nighttime illuminated by various sources of light, perhaps celestial bodies. The overall atmosphere is one of deep intrigue and supernatural interaction, underscored by the presence of symbols and abstract patterns throughout the setting. The artist’s use of color and form contributes to a feeling of otherworldliness and emotional depth.

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Arvydas Martinaitis was born in a family of prominent Lithuanian artists. He is the son of the famous Antanas Martinaitis, and the grandson of the cartoonist Jonas Martinaitis. The author himself says of the almighty genes: "The creative ambitions of my grandfather, father and uncle were passed on to me. I feel as if I am encoded. Maybe I could go a few months without a brush and a canvas, but soon I would start using art again." But we won't go on about family ties and comparisons - we want to tell you as much as possible about Arvydas, who, like his predecessors, is making his own path in the art worl.

You will always recognise Arvydas Martinaitis's paintings first and foremost from the bright colours, the thick textures, the expressive brushstrokes, and the very impression of the abundance of everything: plants, houses, people, animals, both real and fictional. It is this abundance, which conveys the artist's inner, optimistic world, that invites us to join him on an adventure of exploration and discovery.

For the artist himself, the most important thing is to convey the emotion of the moment, to capture its fragility, as he says, "not to redraw a old sketches, but to create on the spot, otherwise it will be a copied sketch, a frozen drawing. The painting will have no spirit." Therefore, Arvydas puts down the canvas with feeling, and works hastily until the emotion is gone. You feel tired, he says, and you could leave the work for the next day, but the next day you won't get the feeling.

And after painting, Arvydas finds it even more important to share his work with others, "because when you close the door of the studio, it seems to be a pleasure that only the artist feels and experiences, but I want to share it." So, we share and we hope that like us, you will engage with Arvydas's life-changing, crowded, dynamic works.

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

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International exposure

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Nationally known