About The Artist
The breathtaking cityscapes of Marijus Jusionis are inspired by the secrets and stories hidden amongst the visible trappings of urban life. He bright and impactful paintings tell these stories and express the changing moods and passing moments of life. He believes that urban spaces and city architecture offer some of the best representations of human natural creativity and are an honest reflection of social customs, culture and lifestyle. The material he draws on is extensive and allows him to examine these themes from many different angles which he finds challenging and ultimately rewarding.
Marijus bases his creations on both the seen and the unseen. He builds cities in his own imagination though always with reference to a particular location in terms of architecture and sometimes even specific landmarks. Although he often travels in search of inspiration, he always paints back in his studio in Hertfordshire. Many of his works are drawn from his experiences of London, in particular the Southbank, the City and Hampstead Heath.
Marijus was born in Lithuania in 1966. His grandmother was a doctor and an art collector and her house was full of paintings. As a child he studied them in detail and they provided the earliest stages of his evolution as an artist. After graduating in Technical Design from Kaunas University in Lithuania he moved to London in the mid-nineties and studied art at Kingsway College London and the Hampstead School of Art.
In his early days, Marijus worked mainly with pencil and charcoal but then moved on to oils and acrylics. He describes his painting style now as spontaneous, unpredictable and inventive. Having prepared the work, he observes it critically and often makes dramatic changes to reach the final effect he is seeking. He wants each piece to be an accurate communication of his emotions saying: “When I feel good in a particular environment I want to reflect it in my paintings.”
Marijus had his first solo exhibition in London at Lauderdale House in Highgate. Since then his work has been exhibited all over London and is held in several private collections.
“My paintings are suggestions rather than realities, open to interpretation. I want to show things the way a camera cannot. Imperfection counts.”
Delivery & Returns
We understand how uncertain it can be when deciding to purchase a piece of art online. That’s why we have a commitment to making it as easy as possible with a non-quibble & simple delivery and returns policy to help give you complete peace of mind. Delivery in the UK
All UK orders include FREE DELIVERY and are despatched fully insured against damage in transit. Your artwork will arrive in sturdy cardboard packaging on a next day courier service that operates Monday to Friday, between 9am and 5.30pm.
We aim to deliver unframed orders within 7 working days, stock permitting. If we are out of stock of your item, we will contact you immediately. Please allow up to 14 days for framed orders to arrive with you.
When we despatch your order, we will send you an email the day before. Don’t worry if you’re not in to receive it, our friendly couriers will leave you a message on how to contact them for re-delivery.
If you have a special delivery date you need us to work to, please get in touch, we will always do our best to accommodate.
All international orders over £800 include FREE DELIVERY. Orders below this value will incur a small delivery charge calculated at checkout. International orders will be delivered to you in sturdy packaging and be fully insured against damage in transit.
We aim to deliver unframed international orders to you within 10 working days, stock permitting. If we are out of stock of your item, we will contact you immediately. Please allow up to 16 days for framed orders.
Returning An Item
If you would like to return your order for any reason, please contact us by email at email@example.com explaining your reason for the return. We will then liaise personally with you for a simple and successful return.
We can only process a full refund if the art arrives back to us in a re-saleable condition. The cost of re-packing and returning the item will be your responsibility and we advise you to use a signed for insured courier service as you will still be liable for the cost of the art if it is lost or damaged in transit. Please note that any custom pieces cannot be refunded.
Upon receipt of the returned item in a re-saleable condition, we will process your refund within 2 days of return.
If you have any other questions about delivery or returns, please do not hesitate to get in touch.