ManhattanHere in my city we have really an ugly quarter, everybody hates it. Once I saw the sunset behind the houses far away in the horizon and I thought: wow, everything can be beautiful, depends how you look at it and when. It reminds me Manhattan. The frame is spruce wood, acrylic paint on it too.
As a child, painting, and drawing were an escape from the outside world. My creative soul was guided by a local artist Jiří Homola who always encouraged me to find my own style, which took me 20 years. However, when I was 20 I quit painting, I did not believe my art is something to be seen, produced, I did not see myself in my art.
When I turned 30 I discovered spontaneous painting and my heart started to jump as I finally found myself, I finally understood what my teacher wanted from me! I lead my brush with my heart, I switch off my brain. You can see “me” in all my paintings as I paint them from deep in my soul. This enables me to love all of my paintings – because how could I hate myself? I enjoy being free in my expression, nothing is wrong, I don´t judge what I see in front of me.
As I enjoy teaching, passing on what I know, what I like to do, I started to lead art classes. My aim is to bring happiness into people´s lives, to make them remember their childhood when they knew how to play joyfully.
And my very recent theme is WOMAN. Love for my body, soul, who I am.