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The painting 'Jewish street' was started to make in a city plein air last year and finished after one year. It talks about no name city (but the city and the house is real), which earlier was full of jewish people, who lived there and worked, had their trades and traditions, raised kids. Name of the place is not important, because it is one of many in Europe. As we know from history, everything has gone. At the moment jewish homes are empty and silently talk about their past we can only imagine.
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I am a painter whose works have been displayed at multiple local exhibitions here in Lithuania. My technique primarily involves the use of watercolour and oil on canvas, combined to get an aesthetically pleasing synergy of colour and form. Living in an animal farm deep within Lithuanian countryside, surrounded by velvet lakes and untamed woods, my inspiration comes from nature, local folktales and fantasies they arouse. I am inspired by my personal experiences, some, as an artist in Lithuanian countryside, and thus when asked to explain my imagery I often find myself at a loss, unable to ascribe a single source of meaning. I graduated from the National School of Art and in 2008 I was awarded the Master of Arts by Vilnius Academy of Arts in Lithuania.
Lithuanian Artists’ Association Member
This artist was acknowledged by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Lithuania