Audronė Petrašiūnaitė, who is preparing for a personal exhibition in the Kaunas Picture Gallery, will present non-painting works during this time. For the first time in Kaunas, artists will be offered embroidered carpets and graphic work cycles: snow clocks, Amy Winehouse, Body House and monotypes, created in 1998.
At the beginning of 2016, the artist exhibited the latest paintings in the "Fracture Generation" gallery during the exhibition's exhibition. There will be no painting work on November 22, but this time viewers will see recognizable motifs. They, as the artist says, is repeated in carpets, graphics and painting.
"They travel from one work to another, for example, a motif with a charming, good, thick bark that leaps over the fence and grazing my garden – it's also in the canvas and we are growing. I dream of a" translucent woman "embroidered in a textile product It was hard to paint at that time. In my mind I saw him, a woman leaning and saying: looking at my center, seeing everything inside me shines, it was the answer – to pay attention to the painting center, and everything will happen. First of all, I paint it graphic art, and later I am embroidered ", – A.Petrašiūnaitė shows stories.
Although graphics are more productive in the winter, but embroidery on the floor covering in the long and bright days of the summer, everything is created together, regardless of the season, the intuitive feeling of what creative expression they want.
The graphic artist is called an adventure: "In the graphic, you never know what's going to happen." Due to the small miracle, the cutting effect is created. The painting often comes after the nose, it needs layers, they require color viscosity and texture. , it is like a reverse graphic – in a graphic line, and in embroidery – a straw. "
Like in painting, just like in graphic arts, carpets have an important human presence. In some works, the painter describes herself, others include dream actors or well-known pop culture icons, such as Amy Winehouse.
However, in his work, the artist clearly permits the viewer to feel the permanent relationship between man and nature. Although contemporary man tries to deny, he, in the artist's opinion, is part of nature. The more he denies, the more he is sick, the more his psyche is destroyed.
Suddenly, one day, I felt that the view through the window is the same, although it is not the same. From now on creativity begins.
"In my works, man and nature are almost the same. If you feel the plants, animals, if you can communicate with them, it enriches your inner world and you never feel unhappy," says Petrašiūnaitė and notes that man must be open. "If you perceive nature as a botanical textbook or zoo, it will not give you anything. I have lived in the village of Višakio Ruta, in the last 15 years. In the same year, I saw the same scene from my home window, but suddenly one day I felt that the view Through the window, this is the same thing, but it is not the same. From now on, creativity begins. Eastern wisdom says that the world can be recognized with the limit of its own house, and I sometimes adhere to this principle. "
The exhibitions are less conscious and peaceful, harmonious. "I believe that after all the pain that has been involved with leg operations a few years ago, the world returns to me again", the artist welcomes.