Interdisciplinary Art Exhibition “Hundreds of feelings to Lithuania“
Public institution “Gabrielė‘s Art Gallery“ implements international interdisciplinary art exhibition “Hundreds of feelings to Lithuania“ together with partners – Kaunas cultural center “Home of Nation“. The exhibition realization time – from 2018 February 16 till 2018 March 15. In the international exhibition participate 24 authors from Lithuania, Georgia and Germany. In the exhibition there are presented the artists‘ works, made in the spheres of textile, photography, photo-graphics, painting and other arts. In the exhibition the authors create paintings by talking and inviting to discuss in very various topics: about Lithuanian people, in the themes of Lithuanian and Georgian freedom, in the themes of Lithuanian nature, ancestry, love to Homeland. We present 24 artists, participating in the exhibition, and their works:
Romualdas Kęstutis Augūnas
Photographer Romualdas Kęstutis Augūnas lives and creates in Vilnius. Since 1997 he has been an artist of International artistic photography federation, a photographer. Since 1970 – a member of Lithuanian photographers union, since 2008 – Honorary Member of Lithuanian photographers union. He has earnt 26 awards, from them – Grand Prix, one golden medal, three silver medals, two medals of the participant. He has organized over 90 personal photography exhibitions in Lithuania and abroad, from them – more than 30 – in the themes of climbing the mountains.
In the international interdisciplinary art exhibition “Hundreds of feelings to Lithuania“ photographer Romualdas Kęstutis Augūnas presents photograph “Girl and the show“ from cycle “Lithuanian people“. The picture has been created in 2008. Experimental archeology festival “Living archeology days in Kernavė“ – is the archeology to People. The main goal of this event – how to present the values of the archaelogical heritage from 2008 festival moments in Kernavė in the best way.
Photographer Vigmantas Balevičius lives and creates in Kaunas. After he has graduated High School, he was studying in Music School, later he continued his studies in Kaunas Technology University. He is a filmmaker and a photographer, he creates in the spheres of music and video. The photographer has organized author exhibitions, also, he participates in group exhibitions. He participated in group Lithuanian exhibition in Chicago, USA, he has organized exhibitions in Lithuania and other cities. The photographer‘s creative themes is very wide: national Lithuanian parks, lessons of art, different seasons, travels.
In the international interdisciplinary art exhibition “Hundreds of feelings to Lithuania“ photographer Vigmantas Balevičius presents photograph “Cosmos“. The picture has been created in 2017.
Jurgita Balžekaitė was born in 1981 July 9 in Tauragė, Lithuania. In 1987-1999 she was studying and graduated Tauragė‘s High School. In 1999-2002 she was studying and graduated Vilnius Design and Construction College (VSDK), she get the specialty of Graphic Design. In 2003-2007 in Vilnius Art Academy (VDA) she get the specialty of Painting. In 2009 she and like-minded artists set up the group of artists “White“. Since 2007 she has been participating in group exhibitions in Lithuania and abroad.
In the international interdisciplinary art exhibition “Hundreds of feelings to Lithuania“ painter Jurgita Balžekaitė presents painting “Cupolating in silence“. The performance technique: paper, watercolor, glass frames. The work has been created in 2016-2017.
“This – is an effort to reveal the existence of Lithuanian, the relation with nature around him and its colors. Through changing colors of grassland during all years I try to present the portrait of human. The human being comes from the relation with nature. The existence of Lithuanian is influenced directly by the nature around him – Lithuanian nature. We are that, what the nature is around us.
The human, surrounded by grassland, finally, is absorbed by it and dissapear in it. The dissapearance in nature, the absorption were one of the death images in Baltic world outlook. But the death has never been decoupled from the birth… As after winter always coming spring – the rebirth. Cyclicality was especially important to ancient Lithuanian people, because that directly influenced their activity and their life. The cyclicality repeats in our papers, ornamentation, legends. I want to present this cycle of nature through grassland – from its “death“ in winter till “rebirth“.
The human being in nature in silence, in Dew festival is also in silence – the images of silence and nature in Lithuanian mythology and world outlook are often connected to one. Although, in nature there is no complete silence, however, to human, being in silence himself, being on his own in grassland and listening to its sounds, they finally dissapear and there is left complete silence. Certain Lithuanian meditation. Long ago, ancient Greeks, by being in silence, wanted to show to the companion about the eternity of God. And to Lithuanian, nature – is the direct relation with God“, – the author tells.
Gabrielė Biering – Žemaitytė was born in 1973 in Vilnius. Currently she lives and creates in Germany, Berlin. In 1990 she graduated Art School of Juozas Naujalis in Kaunas. In 1994 she graduated private Lithuanian gymnasium Baden Wurtemberg in Germany. In 1995-1996 she was studying Art History in Regina Pacis University, in Bona, Germany. In 2006-2008 the artist was attending studies of Sculpture, the course was attended at professor Kristina Redecker in Berlin. The artist paints in her leisure. From 2006 to 2010 she was collaborating with gallery “Outlet“ in Berlin. In 2014-2016 she was working her creative job with artist Chajim Harald Grosse in Berlin.
In the international interdisciplinary art exhibition “Hundreds of feelings to Lithuania“ artist Gabrielė Biering-Žemaitytė presents her painting “Lithuanian woman with golden ribbon“.
The painting was created in 2017. The painting‘s measurements: 40x30x2, materials and technique: oil, gold and canvas.
The woman is dressed up in symbolic color, which is important for Lithuanian century: yellow, green and red. Flowers and gold – national richness from a little girl‘s past and present – it has been created a free young woman.
Famous textile artist Danguolė Brogienė lives and creates in Vilnius. She is a member of Lithuanian artists union. In 1973-1977 she get a specialty of Textile artist in Kaunas St. Žukas’s Applied Art Technical School. In 1977-1982 she was studying in VDI Faculty of Applied Art, Department of Textile (a specialty of Clothes Modelling). Since 1982 till now she has been working as a professor in Vilnius Art Academy. Since 1990 – a member of Lithuanian artists union’s Vilnius Textile section. Since 2000 – has been given the status of Art Creator. Since 2000 – a member of Lithuanian women artists society. Since 2015 – a member of LDS Kaunas Textile department “WE ARE“. Her art spheres – fine arts, textile, jewelry, costume design. The artist participates in group exhibitions. Also, she has been organizing personal exhibitions in Lithuania and abroad. Her works are kept in museums.
In the international interdisciplinary art exhibition textile artist Danguolė Brogienė presents two works: “Purple meditation“ and “Signs of Ancestry II“.
Piece “Signs of Ancestry II“ was created in 2016. Its measurements: 60×60 cm. Materials and technique: silk, liurex, author technique. Piece “Purple meditation“ was created in 2015. Its measurements: 60×60 cm. Materials and technique: silk, liurex, author technique.
“My textile works are created by using original technique of silk wrapping in the plane. Decorative compositions have specific vibration of silk shine, and characterize the precise modelling of colors and the harmony of colors. The compositions change dynamically from day light, artificial illumination and chosen viewing angle. The creative method is based on geometrical abstractions, Baltic symbolism and ornamentation of Lithuanian folklore.
I relate tightly creative origins with national traditions, that fate the simplicity of compositions, the colorful sound of our fabrics. In the textile abstract compositions I create my own moment of the world. I capture it and I realize it through symbols and papers“, – the author tells.
Danguolė Čachavičienė-Bečelytė lives and creates in Kaunas. Her education: Vilnius Art Academy – she get a specialty of artist, textile artist, also, she studied in Kaunas‘s Applied Art Technical School of Stepas Žukas (Kaunas‘s college, Art Faculty of J. Vienožinskis). She has been participating in republican international exhibitions since 1990. She organized 2 personal exhibitions. She belongs to the guild of textile artists, also – to the group of textile artists “WE ARE“.
In the international interdisciplinary art exhibition textile artist Danguolė Čachavičienė-Bečelytė presents work “Little maelstrom“, the piece was created in 2017, its measurements: 50×50 cm, technique: painting on silk.
“By feeling hundreds and even more feelings to Lithuania, I created the work of painting on the silk, which composition‘s basis is created of archaic Baltic sign. Baltic people connected it with happiness, light and kindness. The dynamic of this sign is described picturesquely by its folk name – Maelstrom – also, called Crank. In my work, in the background of this archaic sign, I put in our great poet Maironis‘s words, that conform to me my appreciable and expressed feelings“, – the author tells.
Zinaida Irutė Dargienė
Zinaida Irutė Dargienė lives and creates in Kaunas. In 1965 she graduated Vilnius Art Institute (currently – VDA), Textile Faculty of Kaunas west department. Since 1966 she has been participating in organized exhibitions of textile works in Lithuania and abroad. Since 1971 she has been a member of Lithuanian artists union. By working in Kaunas‘s silk factory she created about 600 printing projects for silk fabrics. Also, she created more than 200 textile pieces in techniques of tapestry, batik, weave, author and woven. These pieces were used in interiors, were displayed in exhibitions. In 1990 she worked as a professor, an associate professor in Vilnius Art Academy, Kaunas‘s Art Institute. The famous artist‘s works are purchased by many museums of Vilnius, Kaunas, Toronto and Moscow.
In the international interdisciplinary art exhibition “Hundreds of feelings to Lithuania“ textile artist Zinaida Irutė Dargienė presents work “Laima‘s net“, which was created in 2016. Its measurements: 107×97 cm. Materials and technique: synthetics, cutting, hand graphics. Baltic mythologic Goddess Laima is the fate line. This code belongs to Heaven.
Famous painter currently lives and creates in Kaunas. In 1976-1982 in State Art Institute, in Vilnius, he get a specialty of painter-educator. Since 1982, he has been a professor at Vilnius Academy of Fine Arts, Department of Visual Arts, Kaunas Faculty. In 1997-1998 and in 2001-2002, he won the state scholarship of the highest level of the Republic of Lithuania. Painter Pranas Griušys has organized 12 personal exhibitions and participated in 41 group exhibitions in Lithuania and abroad.
In the international interdisciplinary art exhibition “Hundreds of feelings to Lithuania“ painter Pranas Griušys presents painting “Battle of Durbė“ (painting‘s measurements: 42×54 cm; technique: oil, canvas; year of creation: 2008). The battle of Durbė, which was in 1260, was the greatest Lithuanian victory of the XIII and XIV centuries in wars with German Order. During the battle Samogitians and from Order army deserted Curonians smashed Livonia‘s Order army. In the painting there is depicted the final moment of the battle. The Order armie‘s residues are rounded up to water of Durbė‘s lake.
Photographer Feliksas Kerpauskas lives and creates in Kaunas. In 1951-1955 he studied at Faculty of Lithuanian Language and Literature, at Vilnius State Pedagogical Institute. In 1951-1953 he studied at Vilnius J. Tallat-Kelpša Higher Music School, in the choir conducting department. Worked as a journalist, radio correspondent in Skuodas, Priekulė, Kelmė, Telšiai. In the last 30 years, he worked as a music teacher at Kaunas J. Dobkevičius Secondary School, and in secondary positions he worked as a photographer for P. Stulga National Music Instruments Museum for 6 years. In 1954 he began taking pictures. In 1987 he was admitted to the Union of Lithuanian Art Photographers. Conducts personal exhibitions and participates in group exhibitions. The main theme – landscapes, object – Lithuanian nature. Also – reports, portraits from the school environment, Kaunas musical life. Two years ago photojournalist Feliksas Kerpauskas received an individual scholarship for the processing of his archive, which is currently under way.
In the international interdisciplinary art exhibition “Hundreds of feelings to Lithuania“ photographer Feliksas Kerpauskas presents photograph “Through Šilainiai apartment‘s window No. 0016“, the photograph from cycle “Lithuanian clouds“, created in 2017.
Jūratė Kluonė was born in Klaipėda. Currently she lives and creates in Kaunas. In 2006-2012 she studied painting at Vilnius Academy of Fine Arts. Since 2013 she has been a member of Lithuanian Artists’ Union. Since 2009 she has been participating in exhibitions, has been organizing personal exhibitions and has been participating in group exhibitions in Lithuania and abroad. In total 4 personal exhibitions were organized, participated in 30 group exhibitions, pleiners.
In the international interdisciplinary art exhibition “Hundreds of feelings to Lithuania“ artist Jūratė Kluonė presents work – triptych from cycle “Story of One Family“. The work was created in 2012. Dimensions: 90x135x2.5; 75x100x2.5; 120x128x2.5 Materials and technique: canvas, oil, printing. The triptych from cycle “Story of One Family“ consists of: I-1946. “War after the War“, II-1955. “Lager Champions“, III-1976. “Fifty Years“.
“This is a story of my family, it’s a story about resistance and faith, resistance to Soviet ideology“, – says the author.
Artist Laima Kriukelienė lives and creates in Utena. In 1982 she graduated from Šiauliai Pedagogical Institute and acquired the specialty of art teacher. She does not differ from pedagogical and creative work so far. Since 1996 works as a teacher of fine arts in Utena College of Art. She has participated in 10 group exhibitions in Utena, Zarasai, Vilnius, Kaunas, as well as in various Lithuanian museums, galleries, and organized numerous exhibitions of creative works in more than 30 creative years.
In the international interdisciplinary art exhibition “Hundreds of feelings to Lithuania“ artist presents painting “Land of Lithuania“. The painting was created in 2008. The painting‘s dimensions: 120×100+120×100.
“This is our bright and interesting past, this is the beauty of Lithuanian land and the life of Lithuanians. These are fragments of the development of Lithuania in an open book-chronicle. In the chronicle can be seen mounds and castles, altars, wells and windmills … This work is a nostalgia for the past“, – says the author.
Žilvinas Kropas, a photographer of young generation, lives and creates in Panevėžys. Since 2017 he has been collaborating with public institution “Gabrielė‘s Art Gallery“. From 2015 – a member of Panevėžys Photographers Society. Since 2015 he has been participating in group exhibitions together with professional artists. An exceptional feature of the photographer’s creative work is to create a photo by using photographic techniques of Pinhole and Soloography.
In the international interdisciplinary art exhibition “Hundreds of feelings to Lithuania“ the photographer presents photograph “100 days of Soloography“. The photograph was created in 2017. Dimensions of the photo: 1 m x 84 cm x 2 cm. Materials and technique: a photo of soloography, a print on canvas. The work depicts Lithuanian summer sun. Exposure time – exactly one hundred days.
“It’s my move back decades, in other techniques and technologies in photography“, – said the author.
Textile artist of young generation Renata Laurinavičiūtė lives and creates in Kaunas. In 2002-2006 she graduated from Applied Textile at Vilnius Academy of Fine Arts and obtained a Bachelor’s degree. In 2011-2013 she graduated from Vilnius Academy of Fine Arts, Applied Textile, and get a Master’s degree. Since 2012 she has been participating in group exhibitions in Lithuania and abroad with professional artists.
In the international interdisciplinary art exhibition “Hundreds of feelings to Lithuania“ textile artist presents work “Origin“. The work was created in 2017, the dimensions of the work: 273×41 cm. Materials and technique: hair.
“The ribbon ornament motive‘s frequent (different nationalities) person can attribute to his nation, to use it as his national symbol, but not from what it is made of. This ribbon contains of Lithuanian genome – it is made from hair of Lithuanian people of different ages“, – said the author.
Arkadi (Aleko) Lomadzė
Arkadi (Aleko) Lomadzė – Georgian artist, iconographer. In 1986, he joined the Briansk MC Institute (Russia), but when the Tarbi Mascare began in 1989, the Tbilisi tragedy (Russian army occupied Tbilisi), he left studies and returned to Georgia. Later he began studies of iconography at Church of Ozurgeti with Father Visarion.
His created icons are stored in various temples – in Tbilisi, Ozurgeti, Choxatouri, Xobi, as well as – in one of the Temples of Saint Mother, in Austria. His works are stored in private collections and in public establishments in Georgia and abroad. The famous artist participates in various international projects and exhibitions.
In the international interdisciplinary art exhibition “Hundreds of feelings to Lithuania“ the artist presents painting “Price of Freedom“. The picture was created in 2017. Dimensions of the painting: 60×45 cm. Materials and technique: acrylic and canvas.
Lithuania and Georgia have a similar story. “It’s easy to understand the consequences of pain and loss in the history of the nation, when you have experienced it yourself. Wishing the prosperity and the strength in the spirit of fostering culture and history, I send my love and faith to Lithuania, and for the next generations I wish great responsibility for their homeland“, – says the author.
Rimgaudas Aleksandras Maleckas
Former resident of Kaunas, photographer Rimgaudas Aleksandras Maleckas currently lives and creates in Palanga. He is often called the father of photographics. The artist‘s works are acquired by German collectors. Photographer Rimgaudas Aleksandras Maleckas takes a part in exhibitions in Lithuania and abroad. The photographer‘s creation work is represented by two released photo albums: Rimgaudas Aleksandras Maleckas “Photographics“ (2013) and Rimgaudas Aleksandras Maleckas and Dangirutė Maleckienė “The Year“ (2014).
In the international interdisciplinary art exhibition “Hundreds of feelings to Lithuania“ the photographer presents photograph “Liberty Breakthrough“. The photo was created in 2017. Dimensions: 80×60 cm. “Liberty Breakthrough“ – abstraction. The purpose is to graphically express liberation from the occupant’s nails.
“Only a spiritually healthy person can overcome insurmountable obstacles. Spiritually healthy person is a believer. Catholicism is, first of all, a confession of morality; therefore, we have ruined it and morally grounded the nation. But it’s known a long time ago, that if you want to destroy the nation, destroy its morality“. (Saulius Varnas, “The Coast“, 1990.)
Ona Dangirutė Maleckienė
Former resident of Kaunas, photographer Dangirutė Maleckienė lives and creates in Palanga. She creates a technique similar to her husband, photographer Rimgaudas Aleksandras Maleckas. For the last ten years, the photographer has been actively involved in joint exhibitions, auctions with her husband, photographer Rimgaudas Aleksandras Maleckas. Dangirutė Maleckienė’s works began to be published in the press and in books. In 2007, book “The Year“ by K. Donelaitis was illustrated in weekly “Nemunas“.
In the international interdisciplinary art exhibition “Hundreds of feelings to Lithuania“ the photographer Ona Dangirutė Maleckienė presents photograph “Cross“.
Cross is the symbol of the sacrifice.
“We thank to the elite of the Nation, volunteers, the army, as well as, NATO as our guarantor of freedom. Your sacrifice, the firm, moral backbone and the huge responsibility protect our Freedom“, – says the author.
Textile artist Birutė Sarapienė lives and creates in Kaunas. In 1970 she graduated from J. Naujalis Art School. In 1970 and 1975 she studied at Vilnius Academy of Fine Arts, Department of Textile. Since 1990 she has been a member of Lithuanian Artists‘ Union. Since 2001 – a member of the Guild of Textile Artists and Artists. She participates in personal and group exhibitions in Lithuania and abroad. She has won many awards for her work.
In the international interdisciplinary art exhibition “Hundreds of feelings to Lithuania“ textile artist Birutė Sarapienė presents work “Baltic mandala“. The work was created in 2015, dimensions of the work: 63x63x2.5 cm. Materials and technique: digital printing, framed on fabric.
“In the work from various Baltic signs there is compounded my mandala, which is dedicated to the centennial of Lithuania“, – the author says.
The textile artist of young generation Aušra Sedlevičiūtė lives and creates in Kaunas. In 2011 at Vilnius Academy of Fine Arts she graduated from the Master‘s degree in Costume Design. In 2007 at Vilnius Academy of Fine Arts, Kaunas Art Institute, she graduated from the Bachelor‘s degree of Applied Textile. Since 2006 she has been actively involved in group exhibitions and personal exhibitions.
In the international interdisciplinary art exhibition “Hundreds of feelings to Lithuania“ textile artist Aušra Sedlevičiūtė presents work “Fertility“. The work was created in 2015. The work of art was created on the theme of Goddess of Baltic fertility. The work depicts various, as snow-covered, plants and their parts, made by crochet. Each flower of the plant, fruit or leaf are crochet in two units. It has already been assumed that fertility is inseparable from the number 2: the feminine and masculine beginnings, whose merger continues, is what started.
Photographer Iridijus Švelnys lives and creates in Kaunas. He studied at Kaunas University of Technology Radioelectronics, later – ISM Management MSc. I. Švelnys is a member of the Kaunas Photoclub’s Board. He is currently developing his photography expertise at a distance, at the Photography Institute, New York. The author is interested in photography for twenty years. H started taking photos using a Zenith camera. He worked using different techniques and technologies: both analogous and contemporary. The photographer is currently developing digital photography technology. Speaking about his work, the photographer says: “Photography is a visual tool for feeling and reflecting the concept tens of times faster than writing letters. Philosophy is my aspiration. This is an ideal world that I will go through my work, my actions, my challenges to the highest goals. Psychology is the third dimension that helps to feel the emotional feeling, to insert an existing visual image“. Photographer Iridijus Švelnys has held 23 exhibitions, 3 exhibitions abroad.
In the international interdisciplinary art exhibition “Hundreds of feelings to Lithuania“ photographer Iridijus Švelnys presents photograph from series “Lithuanian Old Towns“. The photograph “Future Gate“ was created in 2016. Dimensions of the photo: 90×90 cm. Materials and technique: printed parchment, adhesive on acrylic and glass. The photo was created in one of the old Lithuanian towns, in Kaunas. When taking photographs of Old Towns of Lithuania, the author chooses an unexpected corridor, actualizing the moment of surprise, using the unconventional manners of “fish eye“ photography. He experiment with a photo by clicking on the glass. In this series I. Švelnys presents a photographic narrative of “Lithuanian Old Towns“, by looking at them from another angle, lying on the pavement next to the author.
Alvydas Urbietis, the author of interdisciplinary art, lives and creates in Kaunas. He creates in spheres of sculpture, object, art and installations. He participates in group international exhibitions in Lithuania.
In the international interdisciplinary art exhibition “Hundreds of feelings to Lithuania“ artist Alvydas Urbietis presents work “Thirst“. The work was created in 2017. Dimensions: 80x74x29 cm. Photo – 80×63 cm. Material and technique: wood, tin, metal, background montage, printed on canvas.
“When creating the installation “Thirst“, I wanted to reflect on the feelings of an emigrant who lost his relationship with the fatherland. By linking the real object with its image in the photo, I wanted to reflect the duality of the feeling arising from the limited contacts with the native possibilities, usually realized in the virtual space. It’s a state when everything that is wanted is as if it’s just like hand-reaching, but physically remains intangible“, – says the author.
Kristina Valasevičienė lives and creates in Kaunas. She is the chairwoman of Kaunas Photo Club. Since 2010 she has been participating in joint photo club exhibitions and has been organizing personal exhibitions. Photographs are published in press, catalogs. She participated in several international photo competitions in Lithuania and abroad: Israel, Russia, Germany, France.
In the international interdisciplinary art exhibition “Hundreds of feelings to Lithuania“ photographer Kristina Valasevičienė presents photograph “Fragments of Time“. The photo was created in 2014. Dimensions of the photo: 60x40x1. Materials and technique: photo shading on a plate/wood.
“My roots always mattered to me. The relationship between the present and the past. My relation and connection with my ancestors. With those I have known, and with those I have heard from the stories. Formerly they went to nothing, but, also, they are always next door. It seems like there would be neither the past nor the present, but everything at a time. As if the historie‘s feet imprinted from the past‘s returning fragments of time“, – says the author.
Painter, watercolorist Valentinas Varnas lives and creates in Kaunas. In 1956 he studied at J. Naujalis Secondary School. In 1976 he graduated from Stepas Žukas Applied Arts Technical School. From 1979 to 1985 he studied at Vilnius Academy of Fine Arts. Since 1999 he has been a member of Lithuanian Artists’ Union, Kaunas Branch. Since 1985 he has been participating in group exhibitions, in Lithuania and abroad. From 2017 – a chairman of Watercolor Artists Section of Lithuanian Artists’ Union, a member of Kaunas department Council of Lithuanian Artists’ Union.
In the international interdisciplinary art exhibition “Hundreds of feelings to Lithuania“ watercolor artist Valentinas Varnas presents work “You and I – One Blood“. The work was created in 2016. The author created the work together with a well-known textile artist Birutė Sarapienė. Size of the piece: 70×3 cm. Materials and technique: wood, laser cutting, mirror. The work combines the old and the new composition of old wooden planks and new, laser-cut, Baltic signs. The mirror in the center tells each spectator: “You and I – One Blood“.
Famous textile artist Almyra Weigel has been living and creating in Berlin, Germany, since 2000. From 1987-1993 she studied at Vilnius Academy of Fine Arts, Kaunas Art Institute, and acquired a specialty of Textile. In 1993-2001 she worked as a lecturer at Kaunas Art Institute of Vilnius Academy of Arts. Since 2002 she has been awarded the title of Associate Professor of Textile and Art, Vilnius Academy of Fine Arts. She intensively organizes personal exhibitions, participates in group exhibitions in Lithuania and Germany.
In the international interdisciplinary art exhibition “Hundreds of feelings to Lithuania“ textile artist Almyra Weigel presents photographs “Dear Future“: “Week“, “Hello Hurray“, “Daily Bread“. Year of creation: 2007. Dimensions: 3x (30×42) cm. Materials and technique: digital printing.
“My works were captured in the photos – moments from the series “Week“, “Daily bread“ and of my colleagues – the moments of photo session of Lithuanian textile artists. It’s a series of memories that cost me both professional and personal, as well as a mix of subjects in the countries, arts and friendship“, – says the author.
Photographs “Week“ and “Hello Hurray“- by Snieguolė Michelkevičiūtė, photograph “Daily Bread“ – by Almyra Weigel. Digital photo design – by Almyra Weigel.