VILNIUS - With his thoughts and brush strokes as his guide Andrius Zakarauskas fell in love with history and a passion for oil painting at a young age.But six or seven of his large paintings lie against a wall without any art gallery for him to display and sell them."I always wanted to be an artist, a good artist," Zakarauskas said. "There are many young artists in Lithuania but the problem is, there aren't any progressive, contemporary art galleries in Vilnius," he said.The 24-year-old is studying for his master's degree in fine arts at the Vilnius Art Academy. He makes a l...
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