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Indrė Jaskūnienė

Aistė Bugailiškytė, lietuvių dailininkė

In Indrė Jaskūnienė artworks we see everyday values expressed in strict classical forms. Stories created with professional author's drawing are full of irony, characters' uniqueness. As if Gods of Olympus came out for a walk with modern hats, light caps and leather jackets. Eyes breathing wisdom, restless hairstyles. Running away from worries, carrying the most precious women on their shoulders and bursting with the energy of life, sages and intelligent goddesses. Works that speak to viewer about the goods of the created world.

Artist completed bachelor's and master's graphic studies (specialty in printmaking) at Vilnius Academy of Arts. She mainly creates works using the etching technique. Since 1994, she has held three personal exhibitions and participates in joint exhibitions, last of which are: book art exhibition "Illustration and Book" in Vilnius (2015), 1st Print Biennale of India (1st Print Biennale India) at Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi (2018), postcards an exhibition on theme of migration at Centotto Gallery in Brooklyn (USA) together with cultural association Officina 15 in Bologna, Italy (2019).

Currently, graphic artist lives in Vilnius and matures artworks in her own gallery in old town of Vilnius. She travels a lot with her family. Every trip shakes and emerging graphic etchings reproduce aroma inspired by cultural cities.


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