Lithuanian Artist Uses Japanese Air-Dry Clay To Create Mesmerizing Artworks (10 Pics)

Published 2 years ago

Alisa Lariushkina, an artist based in Vilnius, Lithuania, creates beautiful landscape art with air-dry clay. Her mesmerizing artworks reflect upon nature’s sceneries like grasslands, clouds, and oceans, capturing one’s attention in a magical way.

“I have been working with Japanese air-dry clay since 2015,” Alisa tells DeMilked, “At first there were a lot of experiments, I sculpted flowers and flower arrangements, gradually switched to making jewelry and developed my own twisted style. Now I mostly sculpt paintings, framed landscapes. I’ve always wanted to develop and take new heights. Since childhood I have loved to do something with my hands, it suits my introverted temperament.”

The artist further shared, “The process is very meditative and requires perseverance, I mix all the shades of clay with my own hands, then I shape each piece of clay again with my hands and glue it to the canvas and to another piece of clay.”

“I’m bad at sketches so mostly I sculpt spontaneously, which on the one hand can complicate the task, on the other hand, give free rein to the imagination. Take risks and you will be rewarded,” she added.

Check out some of her stunning works in the gallery below.

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Saumya Ratan

Saumya is an explorer of all things beautiful, quirky, and heartwarming. With her knack for art, design, photography, fun trivia, and internet humor, she takes you on a journey through the lighter side of pop culture.

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