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  1. Vytas . . . we met yesterday at Corrines' party. Your work is wonderful . . . looking forward to seeing more. PS . . . drumming sent out some strong, healthy, invigorating vibes . . ."thank you"

    (Posted on 2014-01-21 12:36:00 by Lorraine LeRoy Merkel)
  2. Hey Vytas i just wanted to tell you thank you once again for supporting me as an artist it really means alot to me. You yourself are an amazing artist sir i love looking at your work and would love to see some in person sometime if i am ever in arizona i will deffinetly try to contact you. Your son daryus is a good guy, it was great meeting both of you guys. I hope all is well for you guys. By the way you website looks great!

    -Spencer Morgan

    (Posted on 2013-09-05 06:34:00 by Spencer Morgan)
  3. Vytas,
    Very nice to meet you last night. I enjoyed your drumming .
    Beautiful artwork, I can feel the energy in your pieces.
    Thanks for sharing

    (Posted on 2013-08-12 12:58:00 by Cat)
  4. damn, I like this site

    (Posted on 2013-04-23 13:04:00 by Mark)
  5. Hi Vytai: Thanks for inviting me to your virtual gallery. It's superb! I love art that's awash with color and full of life. I wish my sister was still living in AZ; I'd come visit you both. Let's keep in touch in FB. Su geriausiais linkejimais, Linas

    (Posted on 2013-03-06 13:03:00 by Linas Kojelis)
  6. Magnificent work Vytas. Absolutely stunning! Thanks you so much for sharing this with the world.

    God bless,
    E

    (Posted on 2013-02-12 10:00:00 by Eric Schumacher)
  7. I just had my first day in class with you as my art teacher. Your work is breath taking. I have to monitors, both have each picture in your night cloud series.

    (Posted on 2012-11-10 08:46:00 by Brandon)
  8. Vytas I enjoyed visiting your online gallery, and seeing some of your works.

    (Posted on 2012-01-02 12:23:00 by Robert Ezergailis)
  9. I thought you were lost. Sveikinu

    (Posted on 2011-10-19 23:47:00 by RICHARDAS)
  10. I saw your art at the University of Arizona Art Museum and wanted to see it again on my computer. You should get on Facebook and upload pictures of your work. I love the humantoads.

    Kim

    (Posted on 2011-04-01 03:16:00 by Kim)
  11. I enjoyed spending some time moving through your online gallery of work. Will make an attempt to visit your present exhibit so that I can experience your work more intimately. I'm surel, as one of your AI students in the Fundamentals of Design your influence as an instructor will mean a great deal to my continued success as a artist.

    Renee

    (Posted on 2010-08-23 12:00:00 by Renee Conway-Grotefend)
  12. Labas Vytas,

    I am very impressed by your work, you have a wide variety of styles. I just happened upon your website while searching the words "Lithuanians Sedona Arizona". My sister and I wondered if there was anything Lithuanian in the Sedona Shops/Galleries, etc. We were actually talking about the possibility of opening a Lithuanian Deli/Bakery there. My dad grew up in Sedona, so I still have a lot of family there.

    Since I saw you had a guestbook, just thought I'd stop by and say thanks for sharing your work.

    Karen Swanson

    p.s. My grandmother was born in Kaunas, with her twin sister. Their last name was Savickas and my mom's last name was Kacevicius.

    (Posted on 2010-08-22 12:19:00 by Karen Swanson)
  13. Vytas your paintings are amazing and eye catching I'm glad I met you and I gotta say thanks for teaching me how to appreciate art more, your the man...I will see you around and keep up the good work...

    (Posted on 2010-04-13 08:07:00 by Armando Villela)
  14. sveikas gyvas, malonu Tave rasti, kada apsilankysi Kaune?

    (Posted on 2010-01-14 15:41:00 by Gintautas Velykis)
  15. Hey Vitas,

    I wonder if you remember me. I worked with you and your wife, Grashina, at Jay's Publishers in Rockland, MA, way back in the early eighties. I remember you owned a multi-family in Dorchester at the time. Grashina worked full time and you came in and freelanced occasionally. You've obviously come a long way since then. Your work is beautiful and unique. If you don't remember me, I'm hoping Grashina does. We actually had a lot of laughs back in the day. Best of luck to you. JP

    (Posted on 2009-12-10 12:39:00 by Jon Palm)

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