Juozas Pranckevicius

Painter Juozas Pranckevicius was born on October 26, 1952 in Vilnius. Studied architecture and industrial and civil engineering. Has been participating in exhibitions since 1986. Belongs to a group of painters called "Individualists". In 2007 Juozas Pranckevičius was granted the status of art creator. Has been a member of the Lithuanian Artists' Association since 2009.

He founded "Juozas Art" gallery in the "Europa City Vilnius" hotel, where exhibitions of 50 known Lithuanian painters have been held.

Has organized sixteen personal exhibitions since 2006. The most notable ones: 2009 – at the LAA gallery "Arka" (Vilnius), 2010 – at the House of the Government of the Republic of Lithuania (Vilnius), the "HAUS" gallery (Tallinn) and Rügen museum (Germany).

The artist have been participating in group exhibitions for almost thirty years, during this period he displayed paintings at more than thirty exhibitions, among which can be distinguished the 2009 exhibition at Livadia Palace in Yalta (Ukraine), 2010 – at Niedzica Castle (Poland), 2011 – at Munich National Theater (Germany), 2012 – at "Arpana" gallery in Delhi (India).

Furthermore, the painter actively paints en plein air, there are more than thirty five en plein air works in his artistic biography, among them more notable are: 2007 Pino (Italy), Miranda (France), 2010 Serock (Poland) and Nida en plein airs.

  • Juozas is one of the most hardworking and productive painters, who can sense the painterly whole in a special way. His paintings are full of expression, colour, light and factures. The painter knows well how to capture the essence of the visual world, transform it to a unique artistic form and create his "own" painting by ingenuity and persuasiveness that leave no one untouched. Painter Svajunas Armonas

  • There are nothing artificial or unreal in Juozas Pranckevičius' works. The colouring in his paintings is usually realistic, which essentially is a reflection of his world view. He does not use big colour deformations when painting nature of both Lithuania and other countries. All of his plentiful works are an artistic expression of his inner experiences. Painter Antanas Beinaravicius

  • I am not an art expert, I either like a painting or don't :) For me J.P. paintings were an unexpected "discovery". Among them I found the ONE meant for me and it gives me joy ever since. Now I know where to look for a painting in case of need. Moreover, I am especially pleased with the prices :) Saule Kvedariene