Still Life with Cotton
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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!
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acrylic on canvas
Width: 37.5 cm
Picture size without a frame - 30 x 30 cm.
Daiva Smilgevičienė - a self-taught artist, who has been following drawing and painting since childhood. Although she had a creative break for a long time, she is now actively painting, drawing and improving her skills again.
Over the past few years created a lot paintings who have traveled not only to various Lithuanian cities, but also abroad (France, Germany).
She uses various techniques in her works - oil paints, acrylics, pastels, colored pencils.
2018-2020 studied fashion design at Vilnius College of Design.
2022 held a successful first solo exhibition in Vienna (Austria) in April at a private gallery.
She is always guided by the credo - "It is much better to know that you dare to pursue your dreams than to live a life of slumber and regret" (Gilbert E. Kaplan).