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Rimvydas Pupelis (Muta)

France

My name is Rimvydas Pupelis, I am a professional painter of Lithuanian origin. In 2017, I developed my career as an artistic painter in France. In recent years, I have been working in the style of Cubism, and the main motif of my work is the human figure. I usually work with oil paints.


During some creative periods, I experimented in the fields of graphics, fire 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 have to be daring to change the shapes of the shapes, look for the color ratio, experiment with the layouts of the composition.


In my works, made in the neo-cubist spirit, I seek the depth of the soul of the human being. I deform 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 carry out the act of creation. It allows me to go beyond classical dogmas, but also to perceive the contact of color and spirit. The faces in the stars are mirrors and masks at the same time, they become strange and exotic and pierce the soul. I fix 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.


In my disrupted arrangement, I draw lines, curves, set limits, create my own order. I take an inventory of wanderings and chances. A way of taming the flight and the persistence of the unknown which nevertheless relies on reality. Because most of the time, I work from live models.


“The models enrich my work in shapes and colors, they are never the same. Each time buried in a different light, they give a multitude of nuances to understand what a man and a woman are. Light becomes the matrix of representation which absorbs reality in fragmentation and informs it. In the composition, the burying of reality is in a way an interiority of reality. My index separates from it to become autonomous. A few elements of nature such as the apple stand out repeatedly. They introduce signs that allow comparisons to be made between the space of representation and reality. »Extract from the article by Caroline Canault

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Rimvydas Pupelis (Muta), Une journée ensoleillée..., Painting

Rimvydas Pupelis (Muta)

Une journée ensoleillée..., 2019
80 x 90 cm
Painting

€ 5,000

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Rimvydas Pupelis (Muta), Quand il y en a un. Elle rêve, Painting

Rimvydas Pupelis (Muta)

Quand il y en a un. Elle rêve, 2017
125 x 220 cm
Painting

€ 14,100

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Rimvydas Pupelis (Muta), Connaissance du destin, Painting

Rimvydas Pupelis (Muta)

Connaissance du destin, 2019
90 x 70 cm
Painting

€ 5,000

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Rimvydas Pupelis (Muta), Je suis belle le matin, Painting

Rimvydas Pupelis (Muta)

Je suis belle le matin, 2019
80 x 90 cm
Painting

€ 5,000

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