The compositions are balanced, stable, and ritualized – there is no mention of the mess of life. The drawing maybe is not academic, but neither does it demonstrate painful convulsions or abusive deformation. Even in his painting, the author does not try to “vent”, although this silence reminds one of the calm before the storm: it’s heavy, stuffy, and dangerous.  The plasticity varies; the definition of one image is not appropriate for another. However, the most original work can be characterized as “expressive Synthetism.” Its plasticity is bi-directional: it has the freedom of movement and seems composed, tightly structured, and breathes a concentrated energy. (Nijolė Adomonytė, 7 Meno Dienos, 2000)