Kes Zapkus

Kes Zapkus aims to have his paintings seen in the way he intended. “Then after,” he says, “if the viewer wishes to move to diverse paths of interpretation, it is the viewer’s subsequent right. I feel my specific vision is the prime factor for whatever expressive possibility my work can carry and that should be its first viewing lens… The work should fill the gaze of the viewer for an extended period of time, to go through a consideration process similar to the organization the work had undergone. There is no pictorial memory to take away from these articulated fields of sensations, other than its aura.”