I cannot attach my work to one particular style. I would like to call it, lightly expressed surrealism with elements of symbolism, fantasy and primitivism.
Although my artwork is influenced by my own personal and everyday experiences, I hope that everyone can see in them their own internal and individual state. This is a profound spiritual reflection. My work generates the essential questions of our lives: what kind of connection do we have with each other, nature and society or spiral between themselves? In most of my works I like to use objects like symbols, an idea is being represented not directly. It makes a person think more about the meaning of work and find something close and relevant to him or her.
I was born and raised in Lithuania. As long as I could remember I loved to draw. All my high school notebooks were illustrated with famous poets, composers and scientists. My favorite subject was portraits. In 1999 I graduated Kaunas School of Art. At that time I mostly did pencil and ink drawings. In painting itself I became interested only in 2001, and then I came to United States. In 2012 I started to attend classes at the College of Du Page (drawing, ceramic, and printmaking). In 2014 I started to participate in numerous exhibitions.