2015-07-13

Jurga Šarmavičiūtė

I like books and therefore I feel great pleasure when I’m contributing to their birth. I’m mostly asked by publishers …

2015-07-13

Arvydas Každailis

Creating for children is a special task. Such creation could be referred to as applied art as there are certain …

2015-07-13

Ula Šimulynaitė

My works are intended for anybody who can be described as a “child”. Being a child does not depend on …

2015-07-13

Irena Daukšaitė-Guobienė

Children’s illustration is a wonderful journey towards oneself, each time experiencing incredible adventures and rediscovering oneself… Born: September 11, 1942, …

2015-07-13

Rimvydas Kepežinskas

When drawing for children one should not pretend, as children can smell bluff. They are uncorrupted. Born: January 23, 1956, …

2015-07-13

Raminta Šumskytė

1988 Skills Improvement Institute, Animation Artist. 1990 GosKino Skills Improvement Institute, Animation Artist. 2007 Vilnius Academy of Art, Printmaking Department, …

2015-07-13

Lina Dūdaitė

When drawing, I have no particular plan or result to be achieved. I simply do what I enjoy doing, that’s …

2015-07-13

Eglė Kuckaitė

I consciously cherish the child within me. I simultaneously experience the literary text and the thoughts and emotions of the …

2015-07-13

Mikalojus Povilas Vilutis

I create for myself. Not for children and not for adults. When an artist draws what he himself finds beautiful, …

2015-07-13

Stasys Eidrigevičius

In my works there is no sharp line between what is intended for children and what for adults. Pictures in …

2015-07-13

Šarūnas Leonavičius

There are dozens of styles and approaches to illustrating children’s books. When drawing for children, I try to reveal the …

2015-07-13

Birutė Zokaitytė

Children are like seedlings that grow to become either wonderful flowers or thorny bushes. When drawing illustrations for children, I …