Daiva Kairevičiūtė, an artist from Lithuania, crafts drawings that mirror on femininity— by means of the assorted levels of life and shades of id. Her figures, typically rendered in black, distinction with the pops of floral hues or creatures that inhabit her works.
“The creator says her work could possibly be brief tales about herself, her moments, her gaze and her motion,” the gallery ArtLofter says. “Every drawing is a stagnant motion that has a depth in a black formed vessel. Black is a symbolic ocean, absorbing all existential experiences during which new and previous varieties emerge and move … Motion betrays it, and purple, inexperienced, or blue, like a refreshing river, paints this momentary emotion.”