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Technique: Oil on canvas
Dimensions: 50x60 cm
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I graduated from Vilnius Academy of Arts, Kaunas Faculty with a bachelor's degree in painting, but I still feel like a student not only in painting but also in life, finding the best connection with nature, where I feel free and unrestricted, so most of my painting consists of landscapes.

Maybe that’s why I chose to pursue a master’s degree in contemporary sculpture.

Many know me as a dreamer who seeks to travel the world and depict it on canvas, straightforward and irreversible - as it is, so I choose a realistic way of depicting many of my works, which is reflected in the still life in which I try to depict our everyday objects and make them meaningful in paintings.