What would happen if you were to take a writer, a musician, a visual artist, a weaver, a sculptor, a film maker and an environmentalist and lock them in one place for a month? It’s simple – they become friends, they study from each other, they create, dine and hang together. At the end they… Read More I-Park art residency – making friends forever.
While being a printmaker, when I entered this studio I thought I came to a fairyland. The fairyland it appeared had a name: Gary Lichtenstein Editions at MANA. This was a definitely my dream of a printmaking studio! It was very well equipped, it had all necessary for silk-screen printing supplies and surprisingly for an art… Read More Printmaking studio at MANA Contemporary
“How did you find out about it?” they asked me. “We keep it a secret, there is even no website”. “My Irish artist friend told me about it” I replied. An art residency, located at the edge of the world – remote Ireland – is a big secret. I was lucky to be accepted. Out of… Read More That secret place at the edge of the world…
There are so many places in the world you’d like to visit, but there are only a few you truly like to come back to. To me – Vyt (Vytlacil) is one of them. I like to come here and create. Nothing else matters then. This charming art residency is a part of the Art… Read More I love Vyt. Art Residency in New York. 2016
My plan was to find an accommodation for the duration of my stay in Amsterdam, as I was going to the Netherlands for a series of my exhibitions. There is always a choice of Airbnb, which I love, but for a longer time it may still become pricy. My friend who lives in Amsterdam remembered… Read More Bohemian style of life. Amsterdam art atelier.
When I would try to imagine what would be the perfect studio for an artist like myself, I would first think of a space. Working with large scale water-media paintings I really would appreciate a lot of space, wall space and floor space. I would also think that I should be able to do anything… Read More My art studio at Art345 2014 – 2015
My on-going interest: comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, which has hosted for the 1st time in the human history a robotic probe on 12 November 2014. During the short period of time after the landing Philae ( a 100 kg (220 lb) robotic probe) has collected some data about the water on the comet, hoping to cast light on the mystery about how did water… Read More 67P: generating water for painting
Yesterday, on September 14th of 2014, I had an amazing day. The reason is that I had my studio at MANA Contemporary open. Starting this September I am at the studio residency program at ESKFF (Eileen S. Kaminsky Family Foundation). I will be working here for 3 months, during which I am planing to complete a set of… Read More Open studios at MANA Contemporary.
Have you ever thought that most of the light that you see is a projected light? Projected light requires a source from which it is projected. For example Sun, or any light bulb would produce some light. The rest of the light is being reflected by different surfaces. In my work at the Art Symposium… Read More Studying “Projected and Reflected Light”
This was my first time of visiting an art symposium. I did not know what to expect, and I knew only that I am going to Slovakia for 10 days and all will be taken care of. http://multipointnitra.wix.com/multipoint When I arrived to Vienna, I and few other artists were picked up from the airport by a… Read More Multipoint Art Symposium, Slovakia, 2014