Vytautas Tallat Kelpsa

Night of the left imprint

Do blooming oaks?
I’ve never seen.
Are men crying out loud?
I did not hear.
When you sleep with your eyes open, can you relax?
Or you may have dreamed of a woman and love.?
You do not know?
I know.
This happens when you sleep on a pillow made of oak, and in the morning there left a deep imprint.






I was born on July 17, 1955, in Lithuania.
Education and career

In 1978 I graduated from the Faculty of Arts of Sauliai Pedagogical University.
In 1987 I started working at Panevezys Art School and since 1988 I am the Principal of this school.
Since 1995 i have been a member of the Lithuanian Association of Artists. Member of A.I.E.S.M.
In 1998 I was chosen as the best in the sphere of arts in Panevezys
Creative Activity
I took part in the competitions for some monuments.
In 1995 – the Monument of Independence in Panevezys /III rd place/
In 2001 – the monument for the 500 th anniversary of Rokiskis town. /II rd place/
In 2001 I created the monument to the famous Lithuanian colonel J.Variakojis
In 2009 I created the monument “Grieve the Jewish mother” in Panevezys.
In 2002 I participated in the international sculpture symposium in Kalmar, Sveden.
In 1999, 2005, 2007, 2009,2011,2013,2015 I organizer end participated in the international sculpture symposium in Panevezys, Lithuania
In 2009,2012,2013,2014 I participated in the international sculpture symposium in, Letonia. In 2010- in Berlin, Germany, in 2011- Lutago, Italy and Mersin, Turkey, in 2014 Alanya Turkey
I held 14 personal exhibitions in Lithuania and other countries.
In 1980 – 2015 – exhibitions in St. Petersburg, Daugavpils, Minsk, Vilnius, Ryga, Kaliningrad, Grodno, Jelgava and other towns

Vytautas Tallat-Kelpša