Julija Gumbrytė

Joined Artfinder: April 2017

Artworks for sale: 7

Lithuania

About Julija Gumbrytė

 
 
  • Biography

    Ever since my early days, I was amazed by art, I was drawn to it. I liked to look at paintings and sculptures, and reading poems written by my late grandpa. Safe to say our bond with grandpa influenced my passion for art greatly. Soon enough, you could have found me lost in my imagination and trying to make them somewhat a reality through drawing. It all started with my imaginary monsters, oh how fun was it to watch my little sister amazed by beautiful creatures that I bestowed upon this land, with the help of my colourful pencils. Later, in my teenage years I realized that there's something appealing about faces of people, about expressions, how they change driven by emotion, so I began to draw portraits. It worked pretty well for me,  but when I went to study I came across some graphic designers and found out about digital art. The posibilities, the quality, the speed, the space... it opened up new horizons for me, I was quickly sucked in by the technology and I used it to fuel my ever growing hobby. So here I am - a self taught digital artist. Somewhat bethween two worlds: one of fantasy and the other one of portraits and expression.


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    Event: "In the other life"

    Dates: Feb. 10, 2017 - March 17, 2017

    Venue: Creative Industries Centre „Taurapilis“, Lithuania Utena Ausros 47

    "Because I wasn't the only one who was holding a pencil or a brush, we all did"

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Previous events

Event: "In the other life"

Dates: Feb. 10, 2017 - March 17, 2017

Venue: Creative Industries Centre „Taurapilis“, Lithuania Utena Ausros 47

"Because I wasn't the only one who was holding a pencil or a brush, we all did"


 

Biography

Ever since my early days, I was amazed by art, I was drawn to it. I liked to look at paintings and sculptures, and reading poems written by my late grandpa. Safe to say our bond with grandpa influenced my passion for art greatly. Soon enough, you could have found me lost in my imagination and trying to make them somewhat a reality through drawing. It all started with my imaginary monsters, oh how fun was it to watch my little sister amazed by beautiful creatures that I bestowed upon this land, with the help of my colourful pencils. Later, in my teenage years I realized that there's something appealing about faces of people, about expressions, how they change driven by emotion, so I began to draw portraits. It worked pretty well for me,  but when I went to study I came across some graphic designers and found out about digital art. The posibilities, the quality, the speed, the space... it opened up new horizons for me, I was quickly sucked in by the technology and I used it to fuel my ever growing hobby. So here I am - a self taught digital artist. Somewhat bethween two worlds: one of fantasy and the other one of portraits and expression.