Hi, I’m Rima, and this blog is primarily a place where I document my various creative projects and post snippets of things that inspire me. I am interested in all things unique and beautiful, but am particularly fond of printmaking.
I’m also the daughter of immigrants. My parents fled Lithuania – a small Eastern European country on the Baltic Sea – after World War II, when it became Soviet occupied. Though I was born in America, I was taught Lithuanian as my native tongue. I grew up on stories of magic looms, amber castles, and nine-headed dragons, surrounded by Lithuanian culture and art. This background has had significant influence in my artwork, as I tend to gravitate toward traditional Baltic folk motifs. You can see examples of my work here.
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