Agapė - a new exhibit

September 16, 2016 /  

The Amber Museum at this year's Amber Trip in Lithuania has acquired a new exhibit, thus enriching its collection.

Author: Reimundas Padleckas, Vilnius, Lithuania
Object: "Agape"
materials: amber, walnut shell, fork - found in Klaipeda, in the attic of an old house, comes from the period of World War I-II. Plate - the inheritance of the artist's grandfather, comes from pre-war times. Knife - comes from the beginning of the 20th century.

The author's word about his work: It is a treat for guests. Best friends want to help themselves from the heart. These are friendly and warm thoughts. They materialize, have form, grow out as fantastic fruit in pieces of amber. It's a spiritual feast. Antique dishes (early 20th century) broken and folded symbolize the passage of time. And the food - for the soul is always the same. It's out of time range. R. Moon cat

Visiting the exhibition Amber Museum

Ladies and Gentlemen! From November 2023 the form of our Amber Museum is changing. The current exhibition is smaller and available to you as part of the Boruni Gallery.

Adults and children with guardians can visit the Museum without prior reservation during the museum's opening hours.

Opening hours:
Mon - Thu 10:00-20:00
Fri - Sun 10:00 - 20:00
Admission is free.
Telephone: +48 513 511 512

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