Evaldas Gulbinas – born in Lithuania, currently live and work in London, UK. Graduated from the University of Westminster, London, UK with a Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Arts and Mixed Media. Participant of numerous exhibitions; his artworks focus on painting, sculpture, tattooing and spatial activities. The main motif in the artist’s works comprises geometric forms, processed in different ways, constituting elements of painting, sculpture and installation, as well as tattoo art present in the performance. In these works, geometric impressions of Evaldas Gulbinas, we can see a delightful play of colors and forms. Cut off from three-dimensional reality, they attract our attention with precision, brightness and flashiness In his works there is a very strong abstract art conception, mixed with contemporary art details such as light sculptures, ideas of minimalism and the relationship between art, craft, and tattooing. Evaldas Gulbinas art is the invisible but feel-able connection with dance
I create art through different of medias- I believe is more fun and more playful. I create sculptures, installations, drawings, tattoos, paintings, mixed media work, digital art and multimedia. The process could be jumping from one media to another by reaching more skills and ideas. I enjoy what I’m doing- it makes me alive and more happy after art piece I made. My creative process is just work all the time without holidays. I studied and will study in academic art studies to have the connection with the system.
I’ve inspired by Tony Ousler, because I love his multimedia sculptures, which I think is very high art form in today’s society. I love his ideas as well. I like Takashi Murakami because of the thing he has done, as multiple art products been selling over the world an so on. I like his work because it has mango’s and kawaii’s motifs and so on which is cute and represents my personality. I am inspired by Yayoi Kusama’s work, as think is a different level art at this time in the world. She creates infinite objects and spaces in space. It just feels good looking at.
What is your artist message, meaning what do you wish to communicate to the audience? My message could be to show to audience “who I am”. I want just to communicate myself to people through art, as sometimes I am a shy person, so I don’t like to communicate to people usually face to face. I just lock myself down and talking through art.