The driving forces of my creativity are sensuality and intuitiveness. A conversation with jeweler Šarūnė Vaitkutė
The interview is part of Jurgita Ludavičienė's project "Reading jewelry: Lithuanian version". The project is supported by the Lithuanian Council of Culture.
Jeweler Šarūnė Vaitkutė: "The time of the creative process is sacred to me"
"Jewellery creation for jeweler Šarūnė Vaitkutė is a magical process that takes the creator, who has been on a jewelry journey for seventeen years, every time to her own creative world."
Šarūnė Vaitkutė presents the jewelery exhibition "Heart"
Gallery "Meno niša" from December 20. invites you to the last exhibition of this year. The gallery will present an exhibition of author's jewelry "Heart" by one of the most active Lithuanian metal artists, Šarūnė Vaitkutė.
Šarūnė Vaitkutė's jewelry exhibition is an aesthetic journey along the path of hearts
The gallery will present an exhibition of author's jewelry "Sirdis" by one of the most active Lithuanian metal artists, Šarūnė Vaitkutė.
Šarūnė Vaitkutė's exhibition "Lost-Found" in the MENO NIŠA gallery
The first personal exhibition of Šarūnė Vaitkutė, one of the most active Lithuanian metal artists, is called "Lost-Found". What is lost? What was found? Everything at the beginning.
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Š. Vaitkutė: people say that my jewelry protected them, healed them...
The face and hands of jeweler Šarūnė Vaitkutė (35) are often covered with gold dust. Then, as the sun shines through the south window of the creative workshop, a cute little curl of a cheerful disposition sparkles like a bronze statuette. In her hands, precious stones and metals turn into beautiful jewelry. They are said to resemble dreams carved in stone, or golden rain deposited on the white foam of the sea.
Pleasant home. House of jeweler Š. Vaitkutė
"A pleasant home is one where happy people and joy live," says jeweler Šarūnė Vaitkutė, who lives with her partner Rolandas Žygas in a wooden house with a special history.