Danguole Serstinskaja is a world's leading drybrush painting Master from Lithuania who focuses on hyperrealistic style. Danguole has lifelong experience as an artist, with skill ranging from academic art to impressionistic oil painting, and after producing hundreds of drawings and paintings of landscapes, animals and humans, she eventually found and developed a rare technique which perfectly aligns with her artistic desire to portray animals and people deeply, accurately and efficiently. The said technique is applying oil on paper using a dry paint brush. Having mastered this technique Danguole has gained a liberating amount of control over the intensity of shading and ability to add as much detail as she desires. She works layer after layer, until her artistic vision is fulfilled, and the result is art with distinct tonal gradation, hyper realistic detail and contrast that makes the painting hard to distinguish from a photograph, enthralling many artists and collectors from various and even opposing backgrounds.
Alongside all of her accomplishments, Danguole has been fighting cancer for 12 years and despite undergoing brain surgery in 2016, she continues to paint and express herself artistically with relentless motivation, hoping that she can serve as inspiration for others to take life’s difficulties head-on and persist on realizing themselves and their visions.
Represented by Alessandro Berni Gallery
Education: 1981 - 1985 School of Art "Justino Vienozinskio"
International Chapter Member Of "American Artists Professional League"
Member of Mondial Art Academia
AMERICAN ART AWARDS "Masterpiece" Winner of 2018, juried by America's 25 Best Galleries / Museums.
29 times AMERICAN ART AWARDS Winner, juried by America's 25 Best Galleries / Museums.
Finalist in the 13th and 14th International Art Renewal Center Salon Competitions 2018 and 2019
Finalist in Richeson75 International "Animals, Birds & Wildlife" competition 2018
Award Winning Artist Animals 2015 Art Exhibition
Award Winning Artist Nature 2017 Art Exhibition
Oil on paper