Yes, we do ship worldwide!In European Union we ship via TNT / FedEx courier. It usually takes 5-7 days to deliver your painting right to your door. All packages are shipped with tracking number and full insurance. We've already shipped to almost every country in EU, so please email us if you have any questions!
We ship worldwide via TNT / FedEx. Shipping takes about two weeks or a bit more, depending on how far away from Europe you are. All paintings are insured and shipped in tracked packages. If you are sending a painting outside the European Union, your country may charge an additional import tax. In this case, the recipient is responsible for paying it. We've already shipped paintings to most countries worldwide. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us!
We accept returns! Our main goal is for you to be happy with the purchase. Goods can be returned within 30 days of their receipt and delivery. Even more! Since painting that you are buying will stay with you for a long time, we are accepting most returns even after 30 day period.
Please contact us if you want to return a painting - we will help to find the best solution for shipping and handling the return!
I graduated Painting Master studies in Vilnius Art Academy, Kaunas faculty, living and working in Kaunas, member of Lithuanian Artists Association.
Since 2013, I have been participating in exhibition activities, group and personal exhibitions, I have participated over 20 personal exhibitions, over 35 joint exhibitions. In November, 2018 I participated in an International Symposium of artists in India, later, in 2019 - at a joint exhibition in Athens, Greece.
Motto: Art only begins where Imitation ends. (Oscar Wilde)
"Artist Kristina Čivilytė has palette of paintings which consists of bright and foggy, but sometimes bright and autumn-rich - expressive colors.
Due to its abstract nature, the artist’s works tell each viewer a different story. It’s like an individualistic personal journey into everyone’s inner impressions, memories, mirages of the past and the sand castles of the future.
The painter bravely and ambitiously uses new painting techniques to experiment and find new ways to express herself on the surface of a white canvas. The artist uses traditional and mixed techniques. In order to give the paintings additional expression, she uses special techniques. As a result of this process, from the loop of memories/ impressions, as well as processes of experiments, new paintings are born, as if from the sea foam the Venus of Botticelli.
In general, the author has created paintings that radiate a creative spirit, which she expressed after hearing her feelings and mission and turning her chosen colorful essential spiritual path…"
Lithuanian Artists’ Association Member