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I was born in 1971. In 1988 I finished Vienožinskis children's art school. In 1995 I graduated from Vilnius Art Academy (specialty - a fresco mosaic). I have organized numerous solo and group exhibitions in Lithuania and abroad.
In 2000 I created scenography in the Lithuanian National Drama Theatre for the performance "Days and Songs" (musical performance by S.Berto book "Edith Piaf"), director R.Morkūnas. In 2005 I created scenography in the Lithuanian National Drama Theatre for the performance "Embrace me", director A. Vidžiūnas. In 2010 I created sculpture "Iron wolf", 2 meters height in Vilnius railway station.
Lithuanian Artists’ Association Member
This artist was acknowledged by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Lithuania