Decorations are the collections of painted works and the product of my projects of textile printing, which were a part of the brand’s Julia Janus collections. I paint decorations. Each one of us decorates our bodies, faces, and homes. We decorate ourselves with clothes, and invent our alter-egos, which is, in and of itself, another form of decoration. We all have our unique coded language, which becomes an expression of ourselves and our dreams. I paint in a way of attempting to convey my emotions and desires. This process was inspired by dying fabrics for Julia Janus collections. It then gradually moved onto canvas, and the format expanded. The stroke of a brush gained more freedom, allowing this form of expression to become an independent branch of creativity. However, it still stands for me as an interior decoration, which reflects a part of our lives and enters inside our homes
Old town lightening installation made together with Adam Decolight company. Three different coloured installations, made of glass beads imitation. It reflects the glass manufacturing identity of the old block of Vilnius called Glass quarter and reminds about the tradition of kissing under the mistletoe. Mistletoe is a plant that grows on range of trees including willow, apple and oak trees. The tradition of hanging it in the house goes back to the times of the ancient Druids. It was also used as a sign of love and friendship in Norse mythology and that’s where the custom of kissing under Mistletoe comes from.