ROME MATIKONYTE

Rome Matikonyte was born in Egypt to a French archeologist and German philologist and spent most of her childhood in Lithuania. Her paintings depict a solitude and serenity and are supported by melancholic lines, color and forms, as well as the lack of rich detail. The series "Absence of the Day” is a metaphoric illusion of happiness that conveys the absence of people and lack of time in our lives. Matikonyte has been painting and sketching for many years. She actively participates in local and regional exhibitions as well as charity events in Canada and Europe.

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  “All Seasons-Melancholy”
Painting 2008. Oil on canvas.
48"x 48"
Unsigned, unframed.
 

“Flow of the Day”
Painting 2008. Oil on canvas.
48"x 48"
Unsigned, unframed.


"Memory5”
Painting 2008. Oil on canvas.
24 "x 24"
Unsigned, unframed.

  "Ode to Life”
Painting 2008. Oil on canvas.
15.5 "x 23.5"
Unsigned, unframed.

“Solitude”
Painting 2008. Oil on canvas.
48"x 48"
Unsigned, unframed.

“A Street for Two”
Painting 2008. Oil on canvas.
16"x 16"
Unsigned, unframed.