Civilization Path

Technique: Oil on canvas
Dimensions: 100x120 cm

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In the painting "Civilization Path" by Raimundas Dzimidavičius, a serene yet evocative landscape is depicted. The setting is a lush, varied terrain transitioning from water-lined shores on the left to rocky, uneven pathways on the right. An array of historical architectural features enriches the scene. The left side, characterized by tranquility, showcases classical structures akin to a temple with columns, suggesting the wisdom and stability associated with historical civilizations. Vibrant vegetation flanks the structures, alluding to life and growth.A path meanders through the middle of the composition, marked by steps made of stones and bordered by wild, colorful flora. This path leads to a more ambiguous and foreboding area on the right, marked by dark clouds and a hidden castle-like structure high atop rugged hills, hinting at the journey civilizations undergo through times of peace and conflict.The most arresting element of the painting is the series of giant, surreal faces that float above the scene. These faces, which appear thoughtful and perhaps concerned, blend into the clouds and landscape, watching over the path of civilization. Their expressions and ethereal presence evoke a sense of guiding spirits or forebears overseeing and pondering the course of human history.Overall, the painting combines natural beauty with architectural grace, presenting a narrative of civilization’s journey through time under the watchful eyes of monumental, spectral guardians. The integration of peaceful and ominous elements suggests a reflection on the dual nature of human progress.


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Raimundas Dzimidavičius (1960) is a painter who constantly balances between abstraction and drawing. The spectrum of themes of the prolific author is quite wide, but the most prominent line is the line of searching for the human soul. The artist is interested in the coming and going of man from this world, his transience, the question of the meaning of life. Often, angels, beings from beyond, appear in his works; this world and the beyond are merged into one. The author emphasises man's striving to seek something beyond the everyday and to spread goodness.

R. Dzimidavičius has been studying at the Martinaitis Art School since 1974.

From 1981-1984 he studied applied decorative arts at ZNUI in Moscow.

For 15 years he worked as a painter and sculptor in the art workshop of the Anapa branch of the Russian Art Foundation.

Since 2000 he has been living in Lithuania as a free artist.