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Curriculum vitae

  • biography
    • Romualdas Inčirauskas was born on 28 August, 1950 in Anyksciai, Lithuania.
    • 1970 - 1974 studies and graduation from Higher School of Applied Art in Telsiai (artistic metalwork).
    • 1974 - 1979 graduated from the Estonian State Art Institute (majoring in artistic metalwork).
    • He lives in Telšiai.
    • Works at Telšiai Art Faculty of Vilnius Art Academy.
    • Since 2010 - professor.
    • Since 1986, a member of the Lithuanian Artist’s Association.
    • Since 1998, a member of FIDEM (International Medallist’s Federation).
    • The artistic production encompasses since 1979 - medals, decorative - conceptual metalwork, sculpture and paintig.
    • Since 1979 he organized more than fourty personal exhibitions. Works acquired by Lithuanian Nacional Museum, National Museum of M. K. Čiurlionis, Maironis Literary Museum, The Vilna Gaon Jewish State Museum, Museum of Chiune Sugihara in Kaunas, Samogitian Art Museum, Nelimarkka Museum (Alajarvi, Finland ), British Museum (London) and others. His works are in private collections in Germany, Italy, Israel, Japan, Sweden, USA and elsewhere.
    • \"Through him all things were made; without him nothing was made that has been made\". John1/3
  • Awards
    • 2007 Visual Art Foundation Premium of Doc. Genovaite Kazokiene.
    • 2005 International Art Medal Competition \"H. K. Andersen - 200\". Tel Aviv, First Prize.
    • 2003 - 2004 Individual Stipend of Lithuania Respublic Ministry of Culture.
    • 2002 International Art Medal Competition \"Animus. Spiritus. Violin\",Tel-Aviv, Special Prize.
    • 1997 Fifth Triennial of Medal Art in Lithuania Award.
    • 1992 medal - competition for Ch. Sugihara, Vilnius , First Prize.
    • 1989 - 1995 - 1998 - Second, Third and Forth Triennial of Medals of Baltic States. Award.
    • 1989 Medal Competition for P. Galaune, Kaunas, Second Prize.
    • 1989 International Quadrennial Of Medals, Kremnica, Slovakia, Award
    • 1989 Medal Competition for K. Donelaitis, Vilnius, Third Prize.
    • 1984 Baltic Art Triennnial in Ryga - Prize of Latvia Architects

© Romualdas Inčirauskas

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