Albert Einstein was right while saying “We are the result of your thoughts.” I live with this moto for a long time and it keeps me going as an artist. The freedom of soul opens all the opportunities for creativity and a free imagination is the final result of it. I am an artist – decorator working in various art projects since I was a child. Every work for me is a personal experience, the realization of the vision. I am getting my inspiration from nature, urban details and the people surrounding me with love and sincerity.Products with her artworks
“The process of creation is like a daily and infinite game of God, which finds the way to the dreams on the canvas” – says ArtSimona. Her artistic, impressionistic and full of fantasy painting style is unique, fulfilled with unexpected shapes, spaces, compositions, metaphors and color schemes. Artworks of ArtSimona are psychological, allowing viewers a free interpretation of symbol language.
The creation field of Ausra Capskyte goes on from miniatures to high quality painting and graphic artworks, as well as illustrations of classic literature. The world of fantasy and reality coalesces into a solid fabric and becomes a new life – playful, happy, active, sometimes nostalgic, but always friendly. Her artistic personality has been formed by her spiritual belief – to be a princess. To see the world and to select its values through this point of view. To talk about big things in an easy and playful way…Products with her artworks
My name is Banga. I was born in a town with the great scenery and was raised in a family of artists. I guess no wonder I got interested in arts from a young age. I studied fine arts, music, various folk arts and later, after school, I studied graphic design. I started using watercolor in 2012 and since then images that I imagine in my mind appear on the blank paper in front of me. Life is a mixture of experiences. To find the best ones for me, I tend to listen to my heart.Products with her artworks
Watercolor for me is an art of managing water, very sensitive instrument. I make watercolors for 30 years. I create my paintings of nature while following the movements of the water, watching a fairy fog, watching the flower life lines and color moods. I am the founder of watercolor studio in Vilnius, where I teach children and adults a variety of watercolor techniques. I participate in international exhibitions and in 2014 I became World watercolor contest finalist. I am learning from the best watercolor artists and dream of growing new watercolor artists generation in Lithuania.Products with her artworks
“Art in my life is like a breath of fresh air … a boon — to paint in sunlight clover’s meadow where bees, colorful butterflies, and grass are…”, says Eva Ra. Warm spring-colored art works appeals to the eyes of the art lovers, so her paintings find new homes all over the world rather quick. Bright, stylized partly abstract flowers and fantastic nature dominate in Evas’ paintings. Meanwhile, some works are decorated with Swarovski crystals.Products with her artworks
Gediminas Bytautas – universal meta postmodernist, abstractionist. His paintings and graphic works are always imbued with his own philosophy. „I create transcendences“, – says Gediminas. His paintings, transcendences, are like windows into tiny meta-universes, to our universe indicating their life, their way. Theese transcendences combine with each other in the web. Transcending „I“ observes other forms of life, movement, environment. And finally, he becomes a part of the web simply because of his looking to them connectionProducts with his artworks
I am Iveta Utakyte, Art Academy student. I love art and creation. I believe that the painting must contain a reflection of the artist in itself, that is why I try to convey all of that in my artworks. As the saying goes: the most important – not to lie in art, because the viewer will immediately understand. I paint in vivid colors, because the world itself is not really gray, it is impetuous and full of ideas to be see. As Leonardo da Vinci said „Can‘t you see that the eyes embrace the beauty of the whole world?” … And the beauty is around us every second of life .Products with her artworks
I wish for my artworks to spread good mood. I think my style is realistic, though I am not seeking an accurate depiction of reality. I do like impressionist art, they had a big influence on me. Most of all I like to paint nature motives.
Jonas Kunickas – the member of “Mondial Art Academia”. The main inspiration for the artist’s work is a human body – he believes it is the most perfect peace of art God has ever created. All the author’s figurative paintings are made using a palette knife. “I love the way abstract schemes of paint turn into a naturalistic figures of the bodies”, says Jonas.Products with his artworks
White and black doodling gets me high. No matter what I draw I keep coming back to it. I like creating stories about all sorts of characters. And I never know at the start where my drawing will lead me. I love what I do, because I do what I loveProducts with her artworks
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I’m not focused on one spot in terms of artistic activity. I keep on searching for new things. Those new “things” occur more than once every 4 years, so studies are always being interrupted on a halfway. I live, create and breatheProducts with her artworks
I am Monika Jasnauskaite – a 24-year-old self-taught artist. I love nature, fantasy and science fiction, so I combine realistic objects with surreal and dreamy details. I enjoy using colored and graphite pencils, pens and pastels.Products with her artworks
My works does not go straight one, they wanders from one subject to another, from one mode of expression to another. Once my works are very personal, that can be seen from the deeply personal topics, problematic issues opening to myself and others, and the next has focused attention on surrounding me environment. I’m trying to work my means of expression to serve the idea. They are selected such that best demonstrate the desired contact, communicate an idea. All my works are inspired by love of all creation – the life, man and the same and a different nature.Products with her artworks
Tanni is an interior designer. She loves bright colors, which are safe to use in painting. Brightly colored flowers and fantastic images of nature are the main themes of her paintings. Main painting tools she uses are oil and acrylic paint, but in her art collection you could also find some artworks carried out with pencils, watercolors, carbons, pastels, and other means.
Tanni about art: “Man is never so beautiful as when creating” (Vydunas)
The present days art of Vytautas Tomasevicius is a connection of painting and printmaking. Painting and print overlays and at the same time supplements each other. The Method of creation is discovered and perfected by painter and it is very important for the final result. Mostly abstract black image is drawn on the realistic painted surface. In this way two of different branches of art merges together.: pulsating colorful painting and strict graphic.Products with his artworks
“Bloom with colors, meanwhile play with numbers – I think that this sentence describes my personality the best”, says Ziedune. For many years she has been working technical engineering work, where everything is very accurate and strict. Meanwhile in free time she likes to create, to experiment, so the art became a bright page in black and white text for her. She says “I believe that my style is distinctive – all my artworks have been created combining perhaps not always compatible colors, creating what it seems to be beautiful at that moment without any rules”Products with her artworks
Zivile Kasparaviciute – London-based self-taught acrylic artist, whose inspiration derives from travel destinations, books, films, personal relationships as well as traditional and social media. Having no formal art education Zivile does not refer to academic art standards but rather follows her intuition and is led by spontaneity. Human temporarily, family and solitude, miracles, inner demons and reality, precious, pleasant and dramatic moments – that is what Zivile endeavors to depict on her canvases.Products with her artworks
Marija Giliova Urbiete
MARIJA GILIOVA is artist-illustrator, art theraphy practitioner-consultant. At now she is working in a social area, studuying art theraphy metohds and using them in daily life. 2013 graduates of Art (design) studies at Siauliai University, from 2015 has a Master’s Degree in Creative Industries at Vytautas Magnus University. Interested in psychology, psychotherapy, social-art projects, children’s literature and illustration of books. ” I am dynamic and expressive person, but in other side very sensitive to the environment. The environment, which by nature is the beauty of Creation, also is so mysterious and interesting, is the most important significance to my works. The second special part in my creative life has a human and his own inside world, relationships. My creativity is a source of inner experiences and changes in which every detail has its symbolic meaning, feeling, taste or even smell. Although, I create from childhood, using all experience and knowledge, I am sure that the true art or creativity born in a simple daily life and in the centrer of human heart.”Products with her artworks