"FEMINISM IS NOT JUST AN IDEOLOGY AND GENDER'S STRUGGLE FOR BEING..
However, when a woman starts to talk about world knowledge through a woman's perspective and her own experience, she is unjustly equated with this movement and its negative side in society. But there is also a positive side of feminism. A part that reveals a woman without an intention to fight, but who wants to show herself as a part of society and nature. Desiring to move forward with its own forces, but at the same time resisting the help of the environment, graceful, elegant, fragile, but also confident in its own power. " - Gerda Trofimenkaitė
Gerda Trofimenkaitė is a young Lithuanian painter. Acrylic paintings of Pop Art on the canvas are vivid and contrasting, dominated by the motif of a woman identified with the flower. A woman who is self-sustaining towards light but at the same time requiring attention and cherish from the surrounding environment. Gerda, who felt love to art from an early childhood, consideres painting as an innate pursuit and ability that was perfected by art schools.