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This granny turns her beautiful Czech village into an art hub
92 years old Agnes Kasparkova, transforms houses into art
Art x Style 21 Oct 2020

You are 28 and worry about your art career? Don’t you dare. Why? because you are never too old to kick your art career and find a niche.

Agnes Kasparkova, 92-years old Czech lady is the best example.

Agnes has become famous in her native village Louka in Czech Republic for embellishing the houses with beautiful floral ornaments.

For 30 years now, she spends her free time doing what she loves the most: hand paint those floral designs.

With only a few paintbrushes and blue paint, the former agricultural worker has achieved to not only preserve a local tradition but to make international travellers come by just to see her creations.

Now, she will slowly stop for teh upcoming winter season, but in 2021 she will be back “trying to help decorate the world a bit”.

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