The famous Lithuanian Smith Linas Leščiauskas has been working and developing his own smithery in Kelmiskė village of Klaipėda district since 1997. L. Leščiauskas meets the year 2013 with intimidation and, at the same time, delighted with the launch of the new website of Linas Smithery.
Since 1999, the artist has been actively involved in smithery symposiums in Lithuania and abroad. In 2005, encouraged by examples of metal artwork of foreign countries, he founded the Lithuanian Blacksmiths Union with several like-minded colleagues, and was elected its manager. He successfully developed the idea of the international plein air Four Winds taking place in Klaipėda.
After completing his studies in Telšiai and Klaipėda, he actively engaged in professional activities. The works of the blacksmith are quite impressive. Currently the product range includes metal stairs, fences, arbours, fireplaces, balconies, canopies, lamps, various furniture and sculptures.
“For quite a while, I have been planning and I am proud to present my works on a new website. I believe that this updated Linas Smithery website will open up opportunities for effective communication with customers and partners not only in Lithuania but also abroad,” said blacksmith Linas.
The main purpose of the new website is to provide more information on the art of smithery, to present the news, as well as to provide potential customers with more information about smith Linas Lesčiauskas and the works of Linas Smithery. The site features an easy-to-manage gallery, and for those who want to learn more about the forging, we advise to visit the news categories: smithery today, smithery history, smiths, blacksmithing work and stair manufacturing.
Smith Linas says: “I hope my website will be of interest not only for people who are looking for various blacksmith products, but also looking for more information on the art of blacksmithing to finding useful information on the site. I think that in the future I will try to expand the news section and I hope that more enthusiasts will join me”.
“New year, new shoes”, – this is the motto for Linas Lesčiauskas to meet the New Year 2013. We invite all those interested to visit the updated blacksmith’s website and have a look at the artist’s work and learn more information on the art of smithery.