Asta Keraitienė

Young generation painter Asta Keraitienė was born in 1971 in Panevėžys. In 1981 she finished her studies in Telšiai at higher school in painter technicum. Today she lives and creates in Rokiškis. This young generation painter has organised 11 personal exhibitions and has participated in 70 group exhibitions with professional artists too.

Painter Asta Keraitienė has created her public institution “Saviugdos centras”. In this center she conducts classes in painting area for children and adults groups. These artist’s pictures have collectors from Poland, Germany, London, USA and Portugal. Painter Asta Keraitienė is a member of artist club “Roda” in Rokiškis.

Painter Asta Keraitienė doesn’t work in one sphere. She creates in a few spheres and techniques. She creates in painting, mandala and painting on the tree, also, watercolor sphere.
In this painter’s creation there are a lot of symbols and signs. Her pictures have many symbols, a lot of secrets, have allusion with story world. In the creative work of A. Keraitienė spiritual and real life experiences take an important place.

In this gallery website painter Asta Keraitienė presents works from the serie’s “MANDALOS” and from the paintings series. In Asta Keraitienė works and creation there are a lot of Lithuanian symbols, also, the cycle of “MANDALOS” dominates, and colors and symbols are close for East countries cultural and Esthetics. In the cycle “MANDALA” dominates these symbols: flowers, sun, moon, spiral, time of the day symbol, also, you can find animal’s and element’s themes.

Painting of A. Keraitienė are different. Middle format works is dominating in black coloring. Every painting has different colour, different content, also, different picture name. In this painting are important content and esthetic’s elements. Although, in the background of the painting mostly appears human-musician, however, also, there are bright details and symbols. This artist’s works, from other painting works, are different – different work style and themes, different contexts. Art Critic Gabrielė Kuizinaitė.