Chapel Pillar Near the Old Village

Technique: Watercolor on paper
Dimensions: 39x55,5 cm
Year of creation: 2019
€230.00
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In the misty landscape of this painting, a winding path cuts through a damp field, reflecting the cool, diffuse light. A rustic wooden chapel pillar, adorned with a crucifix, stands prominently at a crossroad, marking a place of reflection or memory. Surrounding this central figure are sheaves of harvested grain, dotted across the fields like golden hued monuments to rural toil. The background is shrouded in a soft, enveloping fog that blurs the lines between the various elements, creating a dreamlike atmosphere that combines solitude with a serene vastness. The scene is quietly alive, evocative of early morning when the world is still awakening under a blanket of gentle mist.

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I was born and raised in Vilnius. During my high school years, I attended the Vilnius four-year children's art school, where I received instruction in the fundamentals of art from renowned Lithuanian artists such as Ignas Budrys, Igoris Piekuras, Antanas Kmieliauskas, and others.

Upon graduating from the Faculty of Construction at the Vilnius Institute of Engineering Construction (now Gediminas Technical University), I acquired the title of engineer designer. My professional career focused on glass-metal constructions, while my leisure time was dedicated to my passion for drawing and painting. Even after a day's work, I consistently find myself reaching for a brush, always keeping a sketch pad close at hand. I actively participate in exhibitions, consistently sharing my artistic endeavors.

My preference lies in watercolor painting, employing traditional techniques. My subjects range widely, from urban and rural landscapes to still lifes and flowers. I am proud to be a member of the Union of Lithuanian Folk Artists, affiliated with the art studio "Paletė," and the artists' club "Plekšnė." Additionally, I am a member of the Union of Artists.

Lithuanian Folk Artists’ Association Member

Lithuanian Folk Artists’ Association Member