Romualdas Incirauskas was born in 1950, Anyksciai, Lithuania. He is a graduate of Tallinn Art Academy with a specialization in metal. Incirauskas is a highly professional artist with great experience in creating both applied and fine arts. He masters broad types of art, for example, medals, sculpture, paintings, and interior objects.
Artworks of Incirauskas are mostly composed of the metal that requires deep knowledge of technology and distinctive artistic thinking. In his works, Incirauskas integrates constructive compositional principles with biblical, historical, cultural or ecological themes. Moreover, the artist creates various interior objects which unite functionality with decorativeness and playfulness. The unique stylization of the objects, excellent knowledge of metal technology, a serious, responsible and playful approach to the works - medals, watches or pictures - form a definite result of artistic quality.
The author admits that he appreciates the harmony of concept and technology. The artist’s life and work motto are the following: “Through Him, all things were made; without Him, nothing was made that has been made“, John 1/3.
- Baltic medal triennial "Baltic Unity", Vilnius, Lithuania, 1986;
- Art Medal Exhibition by FIDEM, Helsinki, Finland, 1990;
- Art Medal Exhibition by FIDEM, London, England, 1992;
- Solo exhibition, Gallery of Lithuanian Artists’ Association, Vilnius, Lithuania, 1996;
- Art Medal Exhibition by FIDEM, Hague, The Netherlands, 1998;
- Solo exhibition, Klaipeda Culture Communication Center, Klaipeda, Lithuania, 2000;
- Group exhibition, Gallery A, Tallinn, Estonia, 2000;
- International exhibition of textile – "Soft universe", M. Žilinskas Art Gallery, Kaunas, Lithuania, 2001;
- Art Medal Exhibition by FIDEM, Paris, France, 2002;
- Exhibition of art medal, BASIS Gallery, Ein Vered, Israel, 2002;
- Art Medal Exhibition - "Animus. Spiritus. Violin", Performance Arts Center, Tel Aviv, Israel, 2002.
- A member of the Lithuanian Artists’ Association and the International Art Medal Federation;
- His works are owned by Lithuanian and foreign museums (e.g. the British Museum in London, the Lithuanian National Museum, etc.) and private collectors in Lithuania, Russia, Germany, Austria, Sweden, Finland, Japan, Israel, the US, etc.;
- The artist has been participating in various exhibitions since 1979, he has also organized over 40 solo exhibitions;