Lithuanian Medical Association award: Standard-bearer

I was honored to be presented a unique award from the Lithuanian Medical Association. On May 22, 2017, Dr. Liutauras Labanauskas gave me their “veliavenesys” award. This means flag-bearer, or more accurately, standard-bearer. The award […]

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Meeting President Valdas Adamkus

My dear wife, Sigita, with myself, meeting with President Adamkus. To the far right is Professor Dalia Kuiziniene. My art exhibit, Reconsideration of Thought, took place in May 2017, at the Valdas Adamkus Presidential Library, […]

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Art exhibited along with Avery, Dine, Johns, Motherwell, Rosenquist, Smith

Milton Avery, Jim Dine, Jasper Johns, Robert Motherwell, James Rosenquist and Tony Smith are amongst the most famous artists of the 20th century. It was an incredible honor for my art work to have been […]

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Presidential Library and Marijampole art exhibits

Valdas Adamkus was born in 1926 in Lithuania. During WWII, he fought with the resistance against Russian occupation. In 1944, with his family, he fled to western Europe, one of several million refugees. He eventually […]

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17,000 visitors saw Siberia Souls

Siberia Souls on display at Fountain Street Church. Siberia Souls was exhibited at ArtPrize, in Grand Rapids, Michigan. This is the largest competitive art exhibit in the world. The exhibit took place at Fountain Street Church in […]

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Columns of Dreams for a wedding

Interpretation of Dreams: Freud The exhibit, Columns of Dreams, at the Trinity United Methodist Church in Chicago, was simply magnificent. The light sculptures, themselves, fit beautifully, and elegantly, into the stunning interior of this classic church. […]

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Local press responds to Siberia Souls

The Siberia Souls exhibit, at the Beverly Unitarian Church, in Chicago, took place in October and November 2016. This exhibit accompanied a parallel exhibit which took place in Grand Rapids, Michigan, sponsored by the American Civil Liberties […]

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Siberia Souls and the American Civil Liberties Union

Siberia Souls: Children (details) Two simultaneous showings of Siberia Souls will take place at art exhibits sponsored by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). Fountain Street Church will exhibit these LED light sculptures in an exhibit themed about […]

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Art Institute of Chicago and Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago

Akpaleeapik and Tatega, from A Walk Midnight June 17, 1980, Grise Fiord, Ellesmere Island, Nunavut, Canada, photograph 11 x 14 inches. This past weekend, as I was digging through my old files, I came across a […]

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Blue Consciousness at center of Blue Man Group PR campaign

Blue Consciousness was commissioned by the Blue Man Group’s Briar Street Theater in Chicago, three years ago. The piece is 10 x 10 feet in size and was placed on the building’s south-facing exterior. It is […]

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