Petras Mazūras Lithuanian sculptor, creator of monumental and chamber sculpture belonging to the generation that renewed the expression of sculpture in the 1970’s, legalized the aesthetic value of form and material. The artist contributed to the formation of Lithuanian sculpture traditions; his works are part of the public spaces of many Lithuanian cities, and his ideas remain relevant to this day. Traditional forms combined with modern materials reflect creative continuity. The artist explores the concept and meaning of historical and personal time: contemporary materials are layered with references to historical moments, important episodes in the nation’s or himself history, and ethnic and contemporary signs. Experiences and stories are materialized in contemporary sculpture that weaves together the signs of the past with today’s issues and touches on themes of personal and collective memory.