My sculptures are a way for me to leave traces in a certain time and space in both environmental landscape and the consciousness of the audience.
I consider myself a link in a chain that is entrusted with passing on the experience of society and the accumulated cultural heritage of generations, their aspirations, and ideals.
If the work is positioned correctly in terms of environment and composition, it will successfully engage the audience, charging them with inspiration and energy. I hope the monumental sculptures I’ve produced in Latvia and elsewhere in the world produce such an effect on the audience. They are the result of marking and reminding about the major efforts and achievements of our society.
MOST SIGNIFICANT MONUMENTAL WORKS
My works are located in public and private collections in Latvia, Denmark, Germany, USA, Switzerland,
France and the Latvian Art Museum.
Bauska, Latvia, 2017
MONUMENT DEDICATED TO VILIS PLUDONIS
Bauska, Latvia, 2014
MONUMENT DEDICATED TO KARLIS SKRASTINS
Riga, Latvia, 2014
RESIDENTS OF RIGA
Riga, Latvia, 2012
TO THOSE TAKEN
BY THE SEA
Kolka, Latvia, 2002
MEMORIAL ENSEMBLE FOUR COUNTIES
In memory of Fricis Brivzemnieks
Riga, Latvia, 1997
Sculpture ensemble with extensive landscaping and land formations
Salaspils, Latvia, 1994
FOR ANCIENT SEAFARERS
Liepaja, Latvia, 1984
IN LATVIA ITS MOSTLY CLOUDY, SKY WILL CLEAR TEMPORARILY!
Jurmala City Museum, Jurmala, Latvia
Latvian Artists Union (LMS) Gallery, Riga, Latvia
Blackheads House, Riga; Liepaja, Pavilosta, Latvia