Dainius Trumpis stands out as one of the few Lithuanian painters in whose painting process a coherent search for individuality is clearly perceived . The broad field of artistic interests is linked with common aesthetic sense, daring experimentation with materials and formats of artworks, suggestive and original glimpse of creativity, exceptional and multi-meaningful thematic approach.
The majority of figurative compositions with its individual suggestibility and its strong emotional charge provokes the viewer to experience each artwork as a new story, to fell the maximum of the concentrated concept and linguistic tune.
Anthropologist Asta Jurevičiūtė
2008.01.07-2008.06.30 MA Fine Arts (Painting) in TAIK University of Helsinki, Finland
2007-2009 MA Fine Arts (Painting) Šiauliai University, Faculty of Arts, Lithuania
2002-2007 BA Fine arts and Professional Qualification of a Teacher Šiauliai University, Faculty of Arts, Lithuania
Memberships, awards, artistic projects:
Since 2009 member of Lithuanian artists association.
2012 City Award for Creativity and exhibitions abroad.
2012 Special award in Vilnius Painting exhibition in Contemporary Art Center, Lithuania.
2012.07.15-30 International Land Art Project in Le Saix, France.
One-man painting exhibitions:
2014.01.17 Exhibition “Mutations”, Šiauliai Art gallery, Lithuania.
2012.08.03–09.29 Exhibition “La Castel” Dinan, France.
2012.06.01–10 Exhibition “12A”, Contemporary Art Gallery Tengri Umay, Alma Ata, Kazakhstan.
2012.03.23–04.11 “People in fractals”, ŠU Art gallery, Šiauliai, Lithuania.
2011.09.26–10.26 “Dainius Trumpis. Paintings – Worlds”, Šiauliai Library, Lithuania.
2011.06.01-24 “Callings”, Šv.Jono gatvės Art gallery, Vilnius, Lithuania.
2011.03.31-04.30 "Governmental Package and Red Chequered Suitcase”, Šiauliai Cultural Centre, Šiauliai, Lithuania.
2010.03.20-04.20 "Identified Reality", Museum-Gallery of A. Mončys, Palanga, Lithuania.
2009.11.15-12.15 "Glamūriniai portretai", Art museum "Umay", Alma Ata, Kazakhstan.
2009.06.03-29 "Reality/no", Šiauliai Art gallery, Lithuania.