I'm delighted to share the news about my next exhibition entitled "We All Have a Hunger" which is to open on Saturday, the 7th of December, at the coffee shop "Vagabond N7". Amongst already known artworks I'll present new paintings that had been created when I ventured for a new lease of life in Switzerland.
Many art admirers raise their eyebrows as they look at the characters of my expressive works. They (no, not the admirers 😜) often stick their tongues out, take shameless selfies or openly display the dark side of the personality. Each of them has their own story, derived from my personal experiences, media headlines and music. Some of those depicted characters may stir questions in viewers’ minds, or dish out wrong answers. How and why – everything requires a context, in the absence of which anyone can be judged without a valid reason.
I'm excited about the unusual format of the exhibition and would like to take the opportunity and invite you, dear Londoners, for a cup of coffee at “Vagabond N7”, where we could discuss art face-to-face before taking off to celebrate Christmas. Whether you're an artist willing to collaborate or an art lover looking to learn more about my art, let's go for a cappuccino! ☕
I get more and more messages from people enquiring about my work: from grabbing a paintbrush to participating in the art community. I'm always eager to share experiences and admire the insights and interpretations of the art lovers. Still, my work takes on a new meaning in their eyes when I complement those insights with stories that I usually reveal only face-to-face. I have to admit authentic creative experiences really require a lot of courage and so some ideas are laid on canvas in symbols. I would say that only through a conversation my works become truly complete as two different worlds come together, creative symbols get deciphered and mutual understanding is born.
To arrange an arty rendezvous, please fill in the contact form on my website www.zivilekasparaviciute.com or drop me a message on social media:
My works explore human temporality and passage of time, also expose inner demons. They often draw attention to self-consciousness and relentless quest for inner fulfilment as well as for human place under the sun. Many of my paintings, ranging from universally perceived beauty and values to the aesthetics of ugliness, have already found homes in different countries. The rest of them are restlessly wandering like freewheeling vagabonds from country to country, from wall to wall, constantly sharing their stories with newly encountered strangers.
Address of the Exhibition:
Coffee shop “Vagabond N7”
105 Holloway Rd, London N7 8LT
Mon–Fri 7:30 – 17:00
Sat–Sun 9:00 – 18:00