Reciprocal Altruism / Shelter / Memory

“Reciprocal Altruism / Shelter / Memory”, a large-scale painting on canvas, on permanent display at the Marijampole Vocational Training Center. A similar piece is on permanent display at the headquarters of the American Academy of Neurology in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
It is an honor for me to have my artwork displayed in an institution that provides youth life-long occupational skills. On a personal note, after WWII, my father moved to Toronto, Canada, where he underwent training at a Western Technical Commercial School to be a tool and die worker. This was to become his life-long career, from which he provided for his family. Also, he was born and raised in the Plioplys Village which is not very far from the city of Marijampole.
In the photographs, Lina Bankauskaitė-Šleinotienė, Aušra Plioplytė-Krupavičienė and Onutė Surdokienė are present.

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