LITHUANIAN QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
Volume 12, No.1 - Spring 1966
Editor of this issue: Thomas Remeikis
Copyright © 1966 LITUANUS Foundation, Inc.
The Art of ROMUALDAS BUKAUSKAS
ROMUALDAS BUKAUSKAS was born in 1929, in Lithuania. After World War II he migrated to Canada and here began art studies. He attended Sir George Williams School of Art in Montreal and in 1958 completed studies in painting at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts de Montreal.
Bukauskas has participated in a number of group and individual shows in Montreal, Toronto, Chicago, and New York. Through the traveling Exposition Internationale, his paintings were shown in numerous cities of North America and Europe. He has won a number of prizes, including the first prize in the Province of Quebec Religious Art Exhibition (1957) and the first prize in the Burside Mural Competition in Montreal (1958).
In his monotypes and oils Bukauskas tends to reflect the technical aspects of our age, i.e. the structural features of our cities and harbors, finding in them an infinity of nuances.
BEWITCHED CASTLE - monotype
ON THE WATERFRONT - oil
COMPOSITION IN YELLOW - oil
MARINE - oil
FISHERMAN'S PARADISE - oil
CITY SCAPE - oil