About the Artist
My name is Rimvydas Pupelis MUTA, I’m a Lithuanian professional painter.
In recent years, I have been working in the style of cubism, and the main motif of my work is the human figure. During certain creative periods, I experimented in the fields of graphics, burning sculptures, photographic manipulations, created scenographies for theaters and performed in amateur theater.
Cubism fascinates me with its opportunity to experience the constant joy of creativity. You are always on the lookout and must be daring to change the shapes of the shapes, look for the color ratio, experiment with the arrangements of the composition. In my works, made in the neo-cubist spirit, I seek the depth of the soul of the human being. I distort his body, I break it into pieces that I reassemble. Over time, I realized that drawing in this style allows me to better concentrate my material and spiritual forces in order to achieve the act of creation. It allows me to go beyond classic dogmas, but also to perceive the contact of color and spirit. I stare at the existence that stops next to me, I immortalize people, their funny relationships and their ironic looks.
My works express my feelings and the beauty of the moment, which I like to share with the viewer. Most of the time I work according to living models.