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'Hoover Dam' by Diana Savostaite

Diana Savostaite is a Lithuanian born painter now living and working in London.
Throughout her practice, Diana takes inspiration from the observation of the natural world, and absorption of everything that she sees, hears, or feels. Her creative practice seeks to express that which is invisible by eye but what can be experienced or felt, by grasping the subtle moments of the present and feeling it through body sensations.

Since 2019, Diana has been broadening her artwork boundaries through introducing large shaped canvas formats, as well as experimenting with mixed mediums, textures, collages. Experimental canvas shapes become directives to Diana’s painting, they seem to be in a constant motion and highlight the feeling of ever-changing nature, the flow of energies between inside and out.

In her latest work, Diana has begun to incorporate embroidery collages. Whilst growing up in the Lithuanian countryside, embroidery occupied a large part of her life. Adding them to paintings is like weaving in a little piece of Lithuanian heritage, something that is very personal and deeply rooted from her early days.

Diana has had several solo shows and her work has been selected for many group exhibitions across the UK. Latest exhibitions include ‘Going back to My Roots’ solo exhibition at Thame-Side Studios (2023); Art for Charity Collective fundraising exhibition and auction at Unit-1 Gallery | Workshop (2022); ‘Works on Paper IV’ at Blue Shop Cottage Gallery (2022); ‘Summer Exhibition’ at Royal Academy of Arts (2020).

In 2021 Diana was selected to participate in Radical Residency VI at Unit-1 Gallery | Workshop in London. In 2020 Diana won an artist’s open call with Colle’s Gallery (Leeds, UK) and was awarded a solo exhibition. In 2017 she was awarded the Winsor and Newton Young Artist Award at Mall Galleries (London, UK).

26.5 x 32 x 2.5 cm, framed

Oil, sand and soft wax on linen board

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'Hoover Dam' by Diana Savostaite




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