Marijampole, Lithuania, PRC: large-scale paintings on permanent display

Three of my large-scale paining’s on canvas are on permanent display at the Marijampole PRC. It is an honor for me to have my art work on public display in an institution that educates youth about vocational possibilities. This has a very personal note. My father, after emigrating to Canada after WWII, moved to Toronto, Canada, where he was married and I was born. To provide support for is family, he went to vocational school and became a tool and die maker, a career that he followed for the rest of his life. So, these pieces are in a location that had tremendous significance to my own family history. Also, he was born and raised not far from the city of Marijampole.

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