Baltic Sea 5
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Valdas Ančeris is a representative of the Marinist genre, which has been lacking in popularity in recent years, but which has only become more distinctive as a result, expressing himself in a realistic manner. His paintings are impressive in their realism - when you look at them, it is as if you are waiting for a foamy wave to roll in. In the large-format canvases with a marinist theme, the cold waves of the sea crash against the shore with astonishing force against the backdrop of a warm sky, with the sun peeping through the clouds.
The artist says that his love for the sea has been with him all his life - perhaps because he is originally from Klaipėda and still lives there.
He has been exhibiting since 1996.
Lithuanian Folk Artists’ Association Member