Barn In A Village
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For destinations outside the European Union, shipping typically takes around two weeks or slightly longer, depending on your location relative to Europe. Rest assured, all paintings are securely insured and sent in tracked packages. Please note that additional import taxes may apply for shipments outside the EU, and the recipient will be responsible for these charges. We've successfully shipped paintings to numerous countries worldwide. Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at any time!
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Born on 22 of March 1987 in Širvintai.
In 2006 graduated from Musninkai Secondary School.
In 2007-2010 he studied at Vilnius College of Technologies and Design, graphic design.
In 2014 at the twenty third libris exhibition gained Young artist diploma.
In graphic Ramūnas interested from the moment when was studying design at Vilnius College of Technologies and Design. When joined to the student circle, who wanted to develop their creative activities more than it required program of the studies. One of occupations was graphics, where with a help of professional graphic and enthusiastic students studied graphic techniques. Mostly author works with gravure graphic techniques. But also he doesn't avoid to experiment with linen, wood and cardboard.