Porcullis House II
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Jurgita Gerlikaitė's works are characterised both by their haunting beauty and the surrealism of European temperament. Her natural images suggest a dreamlike state where the intrigues of the psychological subconscious and reality merge; various objects and materials are ingeniously combined. Jurgita's work also gives a glimpse of the human condition - the inner universe in the process of constant creation. Gerlikaitė's work has been exhibited in galleries throughout Europe, as well as in Japan, the Middle East and America. It is this sense of connection to the world around her that intrigues many different people living in different cultures.
Jurgita Gerlikaitė, graphic designer and art critic. Born and raised in Vilnius, in a family of artists, she studied art history at the Vilnius Academy of Arts and later fine arts in Iceland and Denmark. In this collection you can see works from the series Spring Equinox, Meditations, Metaphysical Reconstructions, Portrait Visions, as well as works on urban themes.
Art History and Theory, (BA, 1998) - Vilnius Academy of Arts.
Graphic and Fine Arts - Lithuania, Iceland (Nordic Council of Ministers Scholarship), Denmark.
UNESCO Cultural Management and Cultural Policy, (MBA, 2009) - Vilnius Academy of Arts.
Independent artist since 2003.
Member of the Lithuanian Artists' Union (2006).
Member of LATGA (2018).
Lithuanian Artists’ Association Member