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Oil on canvas
Width: 120 cm
A. Braziūnas doesn't avoid bright and colorful strokes. Also doesn't avoid to experiment and try something new - from realistic flowers, pictorial landscapes to glowing sheeps. The artis't works are in the private collections in Lithuania, Poland, Germany, Finland and America.
Painter Artūras Braziūnas is a member of Lithuanian artists association, he studied at Vilnius M. K. Čiurlionis Art School. Six years he studied painting at Vilnius Art School. Artūras Braziūnas has held over 30 personal exhibitions. His works are exhibited in more than 20 group exhibitions in Lithuania, Poland, Netherlands, USA. In 2015 artist participated in "ArtExpo" exhibition in New York, where his works with sheeps attracted high interest.
Lithuanian Artists’ Association Member
This artist was acknowledged by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Lithuania