Researchers of art’s impact on people say that artworks affect us differently – some bring calmness or encourage us to create while others increase our anxiety and tension. Some art images strengthen us, while others seem to make us weaker. Obviously, a person needs art that helps them to grow.
The artworks of AMRES ART gallery – paintings, watercolors, batik – have been created using a unique intuitive aesthetics methodology. They are filled with true sensations and life energy, inspiring us to act, experiment, and grow.
"The works presented at the gallery are part of inner luxury. They strengthen a person's authenticity, develop a sense of the body, and unleash creativity."
At various events, we create Sensing Spaces - oases of intuitive aesthetics, where we invite you to get to know art and fashion design in a different way. We want you to "taste” the art with your body’s senses. Using touch, smell, sight, and overall bodily reaction, we help you to understand the impact of images and advise you on how to choose an art, fashion, or design piece so it will encourage personal growth. The body’s reactions are the best indication of what work of art is right for us, and the training of the body’s senses strengthens intuition, the importance of which is becoming increasingly apparent in an age of change and uncertainty.
At the PELENĖ 2019 exhibition held at Vilnius Litexpo expo center, AMRES ART invited visitors to “taste” paintings painted with the intuitive aesthetics technique as well as to check their sense of smell by trying to distinguish between natural and synthetic essential oils and their tactile abilities by touching natural and synthetic fabrics.
At Muslim Fashion Week 2019 in Jakarta, Indonesian fashion designer Lanny Amborowati presented the AMRES ART Batik clothing collection with elements of the Lithuanian national costume – puffed sleeves, ruffles, wide skirt, apron, and vest.