To say that Jurate Mykolaityte is of international importance is no exaggeration. She has exhibited her work for more than thirty years, countless times in her own city of Vilnius as well as...
Styles: Surrealism, Abstract Realism
"I aim at a painting that has a beginning and an end, just like a sentence." Klaudijus Petrulis graduated from the Vilnius Academy of Fine Arts in 1971. He learned some valuable lessons...
Styles: Constructivism, Abstract Expressionism
Tragically died on the 21st of February, 2008 of cancer. An article appeared recently by John Windsor, investment journalist, in which he compiled a checklist for artistic commercial success...
Styles: Satire, Non-Contemporary
We are fortunate to have a few domestic size paintings from this young artist. His remarkable talent has been kept busy with commissioned work of a monumental size as well as...
Arguably Klaipeda's best artist. That is, when I first arrived in Klaipeda, knowing no one in town and not much about its artists, I went into three commercial galleries and each time asked who...
Styles: Impressionist, Religious
Danas Andriulionis was born in Rokiskis, 1951. After showing virile artistic talent in his youth, he went on to study Architecture, before graduating from Klaipeda Department of Visual...
Styles: Architectural Expressionism, Modernism
Rytis Martinionis lives, teaches and works in Klaipeda. He enjoys a respectful reputation and has had numerous articles written about him, but they are nearly all in Lithuanian. I can tell you...
Born 1965, Arunas Mecius began his artistic career somewhat later in his life. He served a compulsory term in the Soviet Army from 1983 to 1985. During this term, he resolved to focus...
Styles: Satire, Abstract Realism
Mikas Vilutis has featured in more than sixty exhibitions, including those in the United States, Japan and Australia. There have been more than thirty articles written on him and his serigraphs...
Styles: Silkscreen, Fantasy, Compositionalism
Stasys Stasiunas is well known in Panevezys, where he teaches art. These pastels are a memorial to his beautiful wife, who died that year of cancer. Stasiunas sees us continuing on after...
Styles: Realism, Expressionism
He claims he doesn't remember his first name. He's a Lithuanian of Polish origin who spent some time in America, where he "practised art and irony" and developed a liking for American...
Styles: Abstract Expressionism
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