In 1974-1976, he studied textiles at the Lithuanian Institute of Art, 1976–1980, and at The Budapest Academy of Applied Arts. In 1981-1989, he worked as an artist of individual designers clothing factory, "daisy" in Vilnius.
Weaving of wool and silk mixed technique, coupled with gobeleninį weaving twill, characterized by warm and cold subtle color combinations, there is a greyish silvery tones, blemishes and pictorial graphic expression connection.
- Glass beads game, 1985
- Above the valley of my black cloud, 1987
- Old cloth, 1987
- Butterfly mm fan, the World Bank, Washington, 1992
- Rain in a sunny meadow, 1995
- Touch the gray cloud, 1997
- Day night, 2004
- Raw nocturne, Triptych, 2000
- The sky is black - green sky, Triptych, 2002
- Golden Baroque Vilnius, Diptych, 2003–2004,
- The two worlds of Matthew, diptych, 2004
Since 1980, he has shown in more than 170 exhibitions in Lithuania and abroad.
- Bergen - 1991
- Vilnius - 1992, 1995–1997, 1999, 2001, 2005
- Kaunas - 1998, 1999, 2003, 2010
- Nida, Moscow - 1999
- Lodz, Poland - 2001
- Kedainiai - 2004
His works to Lithuanian Art Museum, the Lithuanian National Museum, National Museum of Fine Arts Čiurlionis 
- 1997 - International Biennial, Pittsburgh, Ohio - Grand Prix
- 1998 - Lithuanian National Prize
- 1998 - International Textile Triennial, Lodz, Poland - silver medal
- 2003 - Cheongju International Craft Biennale, Korea - Gold Dragon statue
- Nijolė Žilinskienė. "Feliksas Jakubauskas". Visuotinė lietuvių enciklopedija, T. VIII (Imhof-Junusas). V.: Mokslo ir enciklopedijų leidybos institutas, 2005, 484 psl.
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