Tapping into the Post-War European painting style’s of heavy brush strokes, vibrant colors, intuitive and spontaneous process. Lithuania based abstract artist, Egle Karlonaite describes her style as “freedom in painting”, making obvious not obvious with left space for one’s immagination. Drawing inspiration from Karel Appel and other artists from COBRA art movement when expressionism and primitivity were experimented. After graduating art school in Lithuania, Egle began her art education under the tutelage of well-known local artists A.Vilpisauskas, A.Satas. Both painters have left profound heritage to lithuanian painting history and were the first that introduced young artist to Post-War European art ideology and painting styles. Egle’s work has been exhibited across Europe and United States in events as Art Basel Miami, Carrousel Du Louvre in Paris, group shows in Italy and United Kingdom. Most of the paintings are sold to private collections in Vilnius, Singapore, Paris, New York and London.