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Landscapes play a very important part in Vozbinas’s painting. Landscapes should be classified into “figurative”
and “abstract” ones. In the first case, the viewer can recognize various features and physiology of Vilnius (there
are numerous motifs of this city). One can also find some traces of the Italian, Provencal, and German countryside...
The abstract compositions (in which the landscape-like character is revealed by emphatically horizontal
formats) are more oriented to eternity. In Vilnius landscapes (they are usually painted en plein air), the decay
of the city or its relation with atmospheric changes is sensuously (carnally) perceived, while in the semi-abstract
compositions (which are sometimes “decorated” with some recognizable signs and symbols), the whole
tribute is given to eternity. Even decay is suspended, as if someone has cast a spell: “Beautiful moment, do not
pass away!” We can only add that Vozbinas tells all sorts of stories and tales with the help of various fragments
and mise-en-scènes.

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