Lina Kalinauskaitė born in Vilnius, Lithuania on  August 18th, 1983.
In 1999 graduated from the Karoliniškės Music School in Vilnius.
In 2001 graduated from the M.K. Čiurlionis School of Arts.
In 2004 studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague.
In 2005 graduated 
from the Academy of Fine Arts in Vilnius.
In 2007 studied at the Florence Academy of Art.
Since 2012 – The member of International Federation of Medals (FIDEM).
Since 2013 
– the Member of the Lithuanian Artists‘ Association.
From the year 2001 onwards participating in various exhibitions in Lithuania and abroad.

Public collections:
Obeliai History Museum, Obeliai;
Biržai Region Museum Sėla, Biržai;
Vytautas the Great War Museum, Kaunas;
National Museum of Lithuania, Vilnius;
Trakai History Museum, Trakai;

Presidential Palace of Lithuania, Vilnius;
Palazzo Asmundo Museum, Palermo, Italy;
The Royal Coin Cabinet, Stockholm, Sweden;
The Coin and Medal Cabinet in Turku Castle, Finland.

Exhibitions:
2001 05 M.K.Ciurlionis Gallery Meno Muza in Vilnius;
2003 03 Personal exhibition "Trees" at Vilnius Russian Drama theater in Vilnius;
2003 05 Personal exhibition "Vilnius-Riga-Tallin" at Vilnius Russian Drama theater in Vilnius;
2003 07 Personal exhibition "England" at Vilnius Russian Drama theater in Vilnius;
2003 11  "Akcija M" Gallery (Moletai);
2006 06 Personal exhibition "PRIMA-VERA" at the St. Jono Street Gallery in Vilnius;
2006 09 Personal exhibition "...Natura.non.Morta..." Rutos Gallery, Vilnius;
2007 02 "Erotische Impressionen", Daetz-Centrum, Lichtenstein, Germany;
2007 12 "Medal Art Symposium" St. John's Street Gallery, Vilnius;
2008 09 "100 years to Pavilnys" Vilnius Town Hall;
2009 09 "DILUVIUM VILNENSIS 1655" Vilnius town hall;
2009 10 IX Republic-wide medal art triennial, St. John's Street Gallery, Vilnius;
2010 11 "Battles of Grunwald and Durbe" Arka Gallery, Vilnius;
2010 12 VIII Baltic medal triennial, St. John's Street Gallery, Vilnius;
2011 03 VIII Baltic medal triennial, Art Museum of Gederts Eliass, Jelgava, Latvia;
2012 07 XXXII FIDEM Art Medal exhibition, Glasgow, Scotland;
2012 10 X Republic-wide medal art triennial, St. John's Street Gallery, Vilnius;
2013 09 IX Baltic medal triennial, St. John's Street Gallery, Vilnius.
2014 04 Personal exhibition "Lithuanian history" Jonava's District Museum, in Jonava;
2014 06 Personal exhibition at the Ukmegė's District Museum, Ukmergė;

2014 09 Exhibition and presentation of the medal "The 500th Anniversary of the Battle of Orsha" Vytautas the Great War Museum, Kaunas;
2014 09 
XXXIII Art Medal exhibition, Sofia, Bulgaria;
2015 02 
Personal exhibition at Vytautas the Great War Museum, in Kaunas;
2015 03 Oginski's 250th birth anniversary  Arka Gallery, Vilnius;
2015 05 Personal exhibition "Lithuanian history" Medininkai castle Museum,  Medininkai;
2015 08 XXXI International medal art symposium, Telšiai;
2016 02 International Money Fair, Berlin, Germany;
2016 04 
Personal exhibition "Lithuanian history" Biržai Castle Museum, Biržai;
2016 08 XXXII 
International Medal Art Symposium, Telšiai;
2016 09 XXXIV International FIDEM Art Medal Congress and exhibition, Gent, Belgium;
2016 09 
Exhibition "Shine Lithuania" at the Seimas Palace (Lithuanian parliament),  Vilnius;
2016 11 XI Republic-wide medal triennial, National Museum of Lithuania,  Vilnius;
2017 10 X Baltic medal triennial "BBALTIC UNITY" Šv. Jono Street Gallery, Vilnius;
2017 11 X Baltic medal triennial "BALTIC UNITY" Riga's Academy' Library, Latvia;
2018 01 X Baltic medal triennial "BALTIC UNITY"  Tartu Kunstimaja Gallery, Estonia;
2018 02 "Medals commemorating the centenary of the restoration of the Lithuanian state", National museum of Lithuania, Vilnius;
2018 02 "Sculptors for the 100 years of the restoration of Lithuania's statehood"  Šv. Jono Street Gallery, Vilnius, Lithuania;
2018 05 "History of Lithuania in medals" Šv Jono Street Gallery, Vilnius, Lithuania;
2018 06  XXXV FIDEM Art Medal Exhibition "WOMEN" Canadian Museum of Nature, Ottawa, Canada;
2018 08 XXXIV International medal art symposium "Lithuania's way - 100 years" Alka Museum, Telšiai, Lithuania;
2018 09 "110 years to Pavilnys" Pavilnys community house, Vilnius, Lithuania;
2018 11  X Baltic medal triennial "BALTIC UNITY" Torun, Museum of Copernikus University, Poland;
2018 11 "MS International Coin Fair", Vilnius;
2018 11 "Sculptors for the 100 years of the restoration of Lithuania's statehood" Juozas Liaudanskis Art Gallery, Kelmė, Lithuania;
2018 12 "LAA Lithuanian 100 years collection" Regional Museum of Visual Arts, Kaliningrad, Russian Federation;


The most important Artist's work

Paintings:
2005 - „Antonio de Macedo”, portrait, 75 cm x 55 cm, oil on canvas;
2005 - „Catherine”, nude, 65 cm x 81 cm, oil on canvas;
2006 - „Burba coat of arms”, 80 cm x 60 cm, oil on canvas;

2007 - „Eythor Edvardsson”, portrait, 175 cm x 112 cm, oil on canvas;
2009 - Thematic group of five pictures „Diluviae Vilnensis. 1655”,  
 co-author Juozas Kalinauskas, 100x130 cm, 100x120 cm, 150x190 cm, 100x120 cm, 100x130 cm
;
2010 - „ARS MEI ANIMI SIMULACRUM EST”, portrait, 80 cm x 60 cm, oil on canvas;
2011 - „President Rolandas Paksas”, portrait, 95 cm x 75 cm, oil on canvas;
2012 - „Il Temio di Segesta”, 115 cm x 107 cm, oil on canvas;
2012 - „Eirene”, 115 cm x 70 cm, oil on canvas;
2012 - „Gygantomachy”, 115 cm x 196 cm, oil on canvas;

2013 - „King Mindaugas”, portrait, 70 cm x 100 cm, oil on canvas;
2014 - „Queen Morta”, portrait, 54 cm x 46 cm, oil on canvas.


Medals:
2006 - „Mikalojus Radvila Juodasis”. Co-author Juozas Kalinauskas, obverse, rev., silver-plated brass, Ø 51 mm, Lith. Mint.;
2006 - „Archangel Michael”. Co-author Juozas Kalinauskas, obverse, rev., silver-plated brass, Ø 51 mm, Lithuanian Mint.;
2007 - „Archangel Gabriel”. Co-author Juozas Kalinauskas, obverse, rev., silver-plated brass, Ø 51 mm, Lithuanian Mint.;
2007 - „Archangel Raphael”. Co-author Juozas Kalinauskas, obverse, silver-plated copper, Ø 19 cm, electrotype.;
2009 - „Biržai city Mageborg rights 1589-2009”. Oobverse, reverse, brass, silver Ag 925, Ø 51 mm, Lithuanian Mint.;
2009 - „Palazzo Asmundo museum jubilee”. Head, reverse, copper, Ag 925, Au 800, Ø 65 mm, Johnson Mint, Milan.;
2009 - „Medal Signifying the Millennium Commemoration of the Name of Lithuania 1009-2009”.
 Co-author Juozas Kalinauskas, obverse, reverse, brass, silver Ag925, Ø 70mm, Lithuanian Mint.;

2010 - „Lawyer Algirdas Matuiza 70 years jubilee“. Head, reverse, silver Ag 925, Ø 51 mm, Lithuanian Mint.;
2010 - „Jubilee medal 600 years to the battle of Žalgiris-Grünwald”. Co-author Juozas Kalinauskas,
 obverse, reverse,brass, silver Ag 925, Ø 51 mm, Lithuanian Mint.;

2010 - „600 years to the battle of Žalgiris-Grünwald (Tannenberg)”. Bas-relief, co-author Juozas Kalinauskas, 26x36,5, 26x73 cm.;
2010 - „Rūklys - son of King Mindaugas”. Obverse, reverse, silver-plated copper, electrotype, Ø 18, 23,5 cm.;
2010 - „Rupeikis - son of King Mindaugas”. Obverse, reverse, silver-plated copper, electrotype, Ø 18, 23,5 cm.;
2011 - „Rolandas Paksas, the President of Lithuania“. Obverse, reverse, silver Ag 925, Ø 60 mm, Lithuanian Mint.;
2013 - „Grand Duke Gediminas. 690th anniversary of Vilnius“. Obv., reverse, silver-plated copper, electrotype, Ø 18,5 cm.;
2014 - „The 500th Anniversary of the Battle of Orsha”. Obverse, reverse, silver-plated copper, electrotype, Ø 18,5 cm;
2014 - „King Mindaugas”, from the series "Majestic Lithuania". Obverse, reverse, gold-plated copper, 38,6 mm. St Pauls mint.;
2014 - „King Gediminas”, from the series "Majestic Lithuania". Obverse, gold-plated copper, 38,6 mm. St Pauls mint.;
2014 - „The Battle of Orsha”, from the series "Majestic Lithuania". Obverse, gold-plated copper, 38,6 mm. St Pauls mint.
2014 - „Lithuanian Book Smugglers”, from the series "Majestic Lithuania". Obverse, gold-plated copper, 38,6 mm. St Pauls mint.; 
2014 - „Pre-Christian Lithuania”, from the series "Majestic Lithuania". Obverse, gold-plated copper, 38,6 mm. St Pauls mint.;
2014 - „King Vytenis”, from the series "Majestic Lithuania". Obverse, gold-plated copper, 38,6 mm. St Pauls mint.; 
2014 - „The Battle of Karuse”, from the series "Majestic Lithuania". Obverse, gold-plated copper, 38,6 mm, St Pauls mint.;

2015 - „The Oginski Family”, from the series "Majestic Lithuania". Obverse, gold-plated copper, 38,6 mm, St Pauls mint.;
2015 - „Lithuania Minor”, from the series "Majestic Lithuania". Obverse, gold-plated copper, 38,6 mm, St Pauls mint.;
2015 - „Algidras and Kęstutis”, from the series "Majestic Lithuania". Obverse, gold-plated copper, 38,6 mm, St Pauls mint.;
2015 - „The Radziwiłł family”, from the series "Majestic Lithuania". Obverse, gold-plated copper, 38,6 mm, St Pauls mint.;
2015 - „The Statutes of Lithuania”, from the series "Majestic Lithuania". Obverse, gold-plated copper, 38,6 mm, St Pauls mint.;
2015 - „Vytautas the Great”, from the series "Majestic Lithuania". Obverse, gold-plated copper, 38,6 mm, St Pauls mint.;
2015 - „Battle of Khotyn”, from the series "Majestic Lithuania". Obverse, gold-plated copper, 38,6 mm, St Pauls mint.;
2015 - „Lithuanian Mounds”, from the series "Majestic Lithuania". Obverse, gold-plated copper, 38,6 mm, St Pauls mint.;
2015 - „Jagiello the Baptist of Lithuania”, from the series "Majestic Lithuania". Obverse, gold-plated copper, 38,6 mm, St Pauls mint.;
2015 - „The Tyszkiewicz Family”, from the series "Majestic Lithuania". Obverse, gold-plated copper, 38,6 mm, St Pauls mint.;
2015 - „Alma Mater Vilnesis”, from the series "Majestic Lithuania". Obverse, gold-plated copper, 38,6 mm, St Pauls mint.;
2015 - "SAMOGITIAN WARRIOR DŽIUGAS". Obverse, Ø 85 mm. Cast toned brass. Numbered. Brass, silver (Ag 925).;
2016 - „The Pac Family”, from the series "Majestic Lithuania". Obverse, gold-plated copper, 38,6 mm, St Pauls mint.;
2016 - „The Battle of Ula”, from the series "Majestic Lithuania". Obverse, gold-plated copper, 38,6 mm, St Pauls mint.:
2016 - „The Sapiega Family”, from the series "Majestic Lithuania". Obverse, gold-plated copper, 38,6 mm, St Pauls mint.;
2016 - „The Battle of Shklow”, from the series "Majestic Lithuania". Obverse, gold-plated copper, 38,6 mm, St Pauls mint.;
2016 - „The Great Parliament of Vilnius”, from the series "Majestic Lithuania". Obverse, gold-plated copper, 38,6 mm, St Pauls mint.;
2016 - „Dear Lithuania”, from the series "Majestic Lithuania". Obverse, gold-plated copper, 38,6 mm, St Pauls mint.;
2016 - „Medal signifying the 450 year jubilee of the Popel Family name”. Obverse, reverse, silver Ag925, 50 mm. Moscow mint.;
2016 - "Lina". Autoportrait. Obverse, Ø 68 mm. Numbered. Cast silver Ag 925, toned brass.;
2018 - „100th Anniversary of the Restoration of Lithuania’s Independence. 1918-2018“ Brass, Silver Ag925, ø 70 mm, Lithuanian Mint.