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"PAINTING IS A HINT OF THE CONCRETE. WHERE TALKING BEGIN, ART ENDS."
Aidar's work balances between abstraction and specifics. The outlines of cities are blurred, hiding behind patches of colour, often betrayed only by the spires of towers or the arches of gates pointing skywards. The author deliberately creates such a mysterious image; in his opinion, art that blindly imitates reality is banal. The artist not only chooses subtle colour combinations for each canvas, but also frames them tastefully, so that you can hang them on the wall immediately.
1991 an exhibition at the Jonava Regional Museum, Kėdainiai City Hall Art Gallery.
1994 Kaunas Artists' Union Gallery. 1995 "Vault Gallery" - Vilnius.
1996 "Gallery Arch" - Vilnius.
1996-1997 Jonava Art Gallery.
2008-2010 Jonava Culture Center Art Gallery.
Exhibitions in Great Britain:
1996 Tolbooth Art Center - Kirkcudbright-Scotland.
1997-2008 "Hanover Fine Arts" - Edinburgh-Scotland.
1997 Tubal Caine Gallery - Harrogate-England.
2000 "The Bruton street gallery" - LONDON
2004-2007 Edinburgh International Art Festival.
2008 Phoenix Art Gallery - Edinburgh - Scotland
In 2012 Aidaras Merkevičius was granted the status of an artist.
This artist was acknowledged by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Lithuania