Romualdas Aleliūnas, Lithuanian ceramics designer, Died at 57

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Romualdas Aleliūnas was born in 1960 and died on December 9, 2016.

He was a Lithuanian designer of ceramics.

He resided in Panevėžys.

Romualdas Aleliūnas graduated from the S. Žuko Applied Art college in Kaunas in 1984.

From 1997, Romualdas Aleliūnas has been a member of the Lithuanian Artists’ Association.

From 1985, Aleliūnas has participated in art exhibitions, individual exhibitions held in 1992 in Kaunas, In the mid 1990s, he participated ceramics exhibitions in Germany.

Aleliūnas was the creator of monumental decorative compositions from šamoto: “Return” in 1989, “Silence” in 1991, “Tower” 1992, “Box” in 1994, “Castle” in 1996, “Vase” in 1997.

Romualdas Aleliūnas’s works often combine round and square shapes.

Romualdas Aleliūnas passed away at 57 years old.

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