Maybe That's Enough?

Technique: Acrylic on canvas
Dimensions: 120x80 cm

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The painting features a surreal, humanoid figure with a pale, slightly bluish skin tone and a bald head. The figure's eyes are closed, projecting a serene or possibly introspective expression. Its ears are adorned with large, circular yellow earrings. The figure’s body, abstract and flowing, integrates radiant colors – strokes of white, pink, blue, yellow, and green swirl around to create a visually dynamic form. The background contrasts these vivid colors with deeper, darker hues, emphasizing the brightness of the figure. One arm is extended towards the viewer, its hand splayed open with a greenish hue, accentuating the gesture of reaching out or perhaps a halt. The overall composition uses bold and broad brushstrokes, lending the painting an energetic yet enigmatic quality.


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Rugilė Jakšaitytė (1997-08-13) graduated from Graphic Design Studies at Vilnius College of Technology and Design in 2019. During the quarantine artist devoted a lot of time to her favorite activity painting. This is how she created a series of paintings. In 2022 three exhibitions were organized in Lithuania cities Marijampolė - Nida - Vilnius. Her first painting exhibition was in hometown Marijampolė. Then together with the artist Maivyda she held a joint exhibition in Nida (at place Zuikio daržo tipyje). So far, she held her last exhibition at a dance event in Vilnius (at the Sculpture and Stained Glass Center of the Artists Union). Now Rugilė deepens her knowledge in the field of ceramics and in her spare time she paints.

Rugilės art work is about inner beings (in Lithuania language it calls "Baibokas"). "Baibokas" means an adult, mischievous child but in artists work "Baibokas" acquires a different meaning it is about our inner world. It is the conveyance of emotions, fears as if they were beings living inside us. Often "Baibokas" are with bowed heads, grumpy faces, huddled inside themselves because they can no longer bear all the confusion, fears and injustices in the world. Sometimes everything seems to be so much but sometimes you stop in the whole swirl of colors of the world and you don't understand which way to go. You want to change something or be changed but sometimes you stay locked in yourself and stay stuck inside yourself. But not forever. Eventually, the sun begins to shine again and the inner fire smolders. Then we emerge again from our inner walls and caves. And we try again, again and again.