Evolution Of The National Heraldy

Technique: Oil on wood
Dimensions: 39x36 cm

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This painting presents a surreal and vibrant parade of imagery centered on a fantastical creature reminiscent of a seahorse but with humanoid features and elements of architectural structures integrated within its form. The creature’s body exhibits ornate designs, including what appear to be windows, columns, and various abstract patterns, evoking a sense of a living edifice. The background is subtly gradient, shifting from cool to warm tones, creating a stage-like setting.To the right, a figure dressed in conventional attire and wearing glasses is engaged in an animated leap, arms extended, possibly a conductor orchestrating the bizarre scene below. This character exudes a dynamic energy, contrasting sharply with the organic, swollen forms of the creature.Below the main form, multiple smaller figures, reminiscent of mythical beings, are depicted in motion, further adding to the chaotic, dynamic feel of the scene. These beings seem to be interacting or escaping from the larger creature, contributing to a narrative of evolution or transformation within the national heraldry context, potentially symbolizing stages of growth, change, and adaptation.The overall palette is rich and intense, with a predominance of golden and bronzy hues, giving the painting a radiant, almost otherworldly glow. The artwork challenges the viewer to ponder on themes of identity, evolution, and the interplay between the static and the dynamic.


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A painter, sculptor, wood carver a patriot not only of this region but of the whole Samogitia, a decorator and a nurturer of his hometown - he is known even in Germany, Holland and New York, where his painting exhibitions were successful.

Antanas is always full of interesting ideas, incredibly productive and inventive. He does not need either bohemian adventures or the influence of other artists to unleash his original, multifaceted talent. He draws inspiration from nature and the history of his land. 

The surrealistic paintings of A. Adomaitis, which require not only imaginative inclination, but also a perfect mastery of technique, are not lacking in humour and self-irony, which only makes the author's work even more attractive and multi-layered. The author does not shy away from sharp social themes, nor from difficult questions of human existence. And he reveals them wittily and boldly, without any embellishments.

The viewer, who is lucky enough to fall into the phantasmagorical world of A. Adomaitis' works, one is struck by the spectacular play of imagination, the vividness of the brushstroke, the knowledge of the "soul" of wood.