Education: Bachelor Degree in metal art (Vilnius Art Academy, Telšiai Faculty of Applied Arts and Design) and Bachelor Degree in design (Vilnius Art Academy).
Membership: since 2006 – a member of the Lithuanian Artists‘ Association; since 2010 – a member of the International Art Medal Federation (FIDEM).
Exhibitions: 2002-2016 – 14 personal exhibitions; since 2001 – participated in 80 group exhibitions; creative works participated in charity auctions in Japan (2015), Lithuania (2014, 2009, 2007, 2004, 2003), Ukraine (2007).
Awards: prizes and awards for medals and metal plastics (2013, 2006, 2005, 2002, 2001); awarded in the goldsmiths guild contest (2006), jewellery contest for stability and elegance (2012).
Eglė Čėjauskaitė-Gintalė, a middle generation Lithuanian metal artist, has long formed a unique and recognizable style. She has had a well-deserved place on the Lithuanian metal art map for quite a while. For more than ten years, Eglė has worked with silver and mammoth bone, crocheting lacework from silver and moulding poppy heads. After finding her own technique, the author created jewellery and objects based on the combination of silver lace and precious and semi-precious stones for a long time. Silver lace became the trademark of the artist – flexible, adapting to the shape of the body, elegant and ephemeral; one of her first personal exhibitions was not called Hovering Structures for nothing.